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Hi it riiwp fcNf NEWS CLOVEEPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY - VOL XVIII PETERING OUT ThoCoxoy Armios Aro Dwindling and Enthusiasm SeomsTo MAY 2S 1891 - NO 44 II - - - - YELLOW LAKE Dave Ithodcs has tho mumps Mr Itobbio Spencer is right sick nt HOW MUGH SLEEP IVORY fc Ifc- - w- HT r- fW i - fc it1 A Wl v J Pa RR tV i fV 3 rX CT few- - y l r T K W B IwB Iv - fir Tho Thoory of Mr Eddlson That this writing Two Hours Is Enough Is MissMlttlo Fralzo visited at Mr Frank Rhodes last Sunday Largely Discussod Bo Waning Horn May 13th to tho wife of V K Ithodcs a bouncing boy Ho Holds That Much Sleoping Is a Thoy Will Not Work and Their En- Â¬ Miss Lena Mattlngly who has been Relic of Barbarism When Peo- Â¬ thusiastic Sympathisers bend visiting at Irvington returned homo last plo Had Only Sunlight week No More Bread to Lou- Â¬ ItemembcrlUrowns excursion isville Saturday May 20 Only 1 00 for SOME PEOPLE SLEEP LITTLE DEATH DYING A NATURAL the round trip Messrs Fred Fralzo F K Rhodes and The discussion aroused by Edisons Tho Coxoy movement Is npparently J W Storms attended court at Hardlns theory that two hours sleep is enough petering out fur any rational and healthy human be Â¬ Interest In the commonweal now that burg last Monday W Opinion is not Wlllio Rhodes was down at ing contiucs vigorously Miss Suo the personality ot the most of the men is all with tho inventor for tho majority knowtobe ou the tramp onlor lias her grand mothers last week putting her of peoplo insist that eight or nine hours waned anil the fact that the Coxeyltes carpet in tho loom A is necessary to perfect health who went in Washington have been Miss Cretio Cannon who has been an sleep few instances aro recalloJ by persons kicked out has made the public wonder invalid for years is moro complaining who have gono into tho subject deeply why it thought there was anything in this spring than usual of men who havo succeeded in getting FOR CLOTHES themovement anyhow Mr Tom Rhodes of Grayson county Washington became tired of the com- paid his parents and brothers n flying along very well with four hours sleep ft GAMQLF CO citjpt out of tho twenty four and isolated cases monweal and last week the army moved viBit last Saturday and Sunday of extraordinary periods of wakefulness to Hyattsvlllo oh order of tho author- Â¬ John Rhodes will make another trip EKRON ities HyatUvlllo also nroso in wrath to Evansvlllo soon Guess wo will havo in cases of danger and great excitement Tho walking matches aro quoted S J Brown went to the city Thursday and the men were forced to make anothor something to write about again which were held at ono time in Now Fishing seems to bo in order at Ekron Now thoy are in Bladonsburg move Sirocco will stay until all the cold P P Archer went to the city Wed Â¬ Md where Coxey says they will stay bread is eat We cant help but admire York gradually resolved themselves into a question of how long a man could get nesday until Congress does something They tho brave I wish I could see that hat along without sleep and in one instance Farmers report cut worms very bad will find it rather uncomfortable living Mr and Mr and Mrs Fred Fraize also a walker went five days with an averago this spring out doors next winter Mrs Frank Compton visited our old Mr Will Crutcher of Garrett wns in There is no question that tho peoplo friends Mr John Compton and wifo of less than thrco and one half hours sleep out of each twenty four hours Mr town Saturday District have reason to bo Boured last Sunday of the Edisons theory is that tho practice of Mr John Bruner Hock Haven was in upon tho Coxeyltes They came with Miss Georgianna Lewis who is spend- Â¬ They wanted work but ing somo time with herEister Mrs FK sleeping eight or nlno hours is a relic of town Saturday great clamor Mr Dan It Shacklett went to Guston apparently with the Irishmans proviso Rhodes spout Saturday and Sunday nt barbarism which became part of our nature when there was no artificial light Monday on business They were offered hoiro near Kirk little of it dom and that w lien darkness came on there Mr James Brown of Paynesville was employment one man alone being ablo Mrs Charlie Pearl aftur a lingering ill- Â¬ to use 500 men in clearing a piece of ness of several months has sufllciently was nothing cIbo to do but sleep Night in town Wednesday Mr James Dugan of Highland went timber land on his farm He would give recovered as to resume somo of her editors night watchmen night telegraph operators and other members of the to Louisville Friday them respectable wages but the common household duties numerous army of laborers who turn Mrs Alice Brown nnd daughter Ndllie wealers were out solely for the purpose Mitfcey shall wo ever forget our de- Â¬ night into day sleep fewer hours a day went to Irvington Saturday of posing as freaks and didnt care to en Â¬ lightful ride last Sunday afternoon than other peoplo Thero are many Misses Lula and Lena Willett spent gage in anything likely to start perspira- Â¬ The cloud rolled by didnt It The thousands of men in this city who go to Sundny with their brother Dr J M tion And there thoy are in Bladensburg sunset was a smile bed nt 7 oclock in tho inornine after The peoplo kick nnd wonder when In Farmers in this neighborhoood will completing tlieir nights work and who Willett Mrs Annio Bishop and Mrs Alice heavens name theyll move havo to plant somo of their corn over it ltandallV Chicago band is plugging being so washed up by the heavy rain aro awako and stirring at 12 oclock Starks were visiting Miss Mollie Boanl They find five hours sleep enough so do Friday along in Indiana having as a usual tiling which fell tho first Sunday tho men who hnvo to go to market early Gen Sullivan Mr Ijunh thu hustling agent for the a rather rocky time Aunt Maria as much n henovolent old still krejia his rebellious companies and darkey an Aunt Chloe was in tho days such as thu purchasing agents of tho big Louisville Times ia in town ono day marches right along in the wake of of Undo Toms cabin is spend ngBwveral cafes restaurants club andgrocery linns last week These men rise at 3 30 or 4 oclock in Hev J udson Willett and wifo were in Another general was weeks ot massa Billie Rhodes Gen Kundall the morning although they seldom go town Saturday tho guests of their son at Goshen created Monday when Mr Rob Rhodes all smiling started to bed before 1130 Occasionally thoy Dr Willett George Coleman led 10 dissatisfied com over in tho Mattlngly neighborhood Sat Â¬ Dr J P Shacklett was called to Bock of the ranks and set up urday evening but returned Sunday tako a nap in the afternoon for an hour monwealers out If this looking palo nnd worn saying ho had but that does not upset Mr Edisons the Â¬ Haven Saturday to seo Mrs Miles who the standard of another army ory in any way Perhaps a more nota- Â¬ is very sick Bort of thing keeps up the Randall army been gono back on as usual instance is tho life followed by somo ltev Frank Quinn of Louisville when it strikes Washington July 4 will forgetful ble Robert Robert wery you bo not a dodgastod as to be allured from tho path of duty by of the owners trainers stablemen and preached two very interestingBormonsat have 400 generals and jockeys in the big racing stables While Ekron Sunday private the sunny smiles of the fair ono when Hogan leader of the Montana you went for the doctor when your little the horses are in training during the sea Â¬ ftr S J Brown and Miss Millie Board William son they aro nearly always taken out for spont Sunday at Mrs Annie Bishops Coxeyltes will keep off tho capitol grass baby brother was so sick Remember He has been child It is duty before pleasure always a trial In the early hours of tho morning near Highland for some time to come Tho names of scores of men could be daughter Mrs W Warficld Dr sent to jail from Helena for six months It seems around here has become a given who riso at 430 oclock every Dan RR Shacklett will nnd relatives in visit Blight matter of stealing a rather suspicious place for the Mr Cliff MatÂ¬ HardinBburg Monday Northern Pacific train Several of his tlngly found his faithful watch dog morning of tho racing season repair to Mr Thomas Roberts and R A Ensor will agitate for good roads poisoned and Dudley Green had some the Btables and who nover get to bed shipped two car loads of hogs to Louis- Â¬ companions until near tho hour of midnight Sail- Â¬ ville last week Thoy realized the top behind tho bars for 00 days The rank meat stolen I think the people had ors sleep four hours then havo an eight and file was told not to do it again better keep their meat houses securely hours watch and so do tho officers on prices Mr G II Kcrfoot wife and daughter Kellys flat boats have been going locked and shot guns well loaded of the ocean steamers The second four and mother Mrs Mary Meador the Des Moines river smoothly down Listen for not the chime of wedding hours rest at tho expiration of visiting tho first Elreno O T who havo been Sunday their occupants getting something to eat bells although they may soon peal forth Mr and Mrs Tom McCans left onco in a while but not so often as to their melody up at the P O but tho eight hours on deck is often spent by tho for Holt to visit friends cause illness through overloaded stom Â¬ sweet flow of music and merry steps of officers and men in reading smoking and achs The towns they strike usually light feet tripping the oft repeated lounging about Sometimes thoy snatch make the Kellyites promise to land some Â¬ quadrille that some of our good people an hours sleep or so but seamen assert where else before provisions aro given say wo are to havo in the very near fu that flvo hours sleep is enough for any These aro our able bodied man New York Sun them Tho army was exhibited at turb Ottumwa for 10 cents an exhibit A merry little party composed of Dora GUSTON Galvans army Is starving In Pennsyl- Â¬ McDanlel Jimmie Mattlngly Mary vania Galvin gave warning to Greens Mattlngly Frank Rhodes Sudto Minnie Mrs Alice Brown of Ekron was shop Â¬ burg authorities Monday that if food Julia Lula Robert and Maggio Rhodes ping hero Monday wore not forthcoming be would turn his Bpent the holiday afternoon in tho beau- Â¬ Miss Katie Thompson is visiting Look Right men loose to get it as best they could tiful shade along tho shore of Yellow friends in Irvington Two hundred Coxeyltes captured a Lake I hope sucli pleasant little meet A J Thompson spent several days in Made Right train from United States marshals at ings may often be repeated this summer Louisville last week Montpelier Wyo Monday and started ornamont Knowing that sllenco is an Jas Dugan ot Brandenburg was on Size Right merrily eastward over tho Oregon Short of tho ignorant I had thought I would our streets last week Line Another gang accompanied by retire bohind the Shining light of IL Price Right Adolph Jones of Big Spring Ky left fifty women confiscated a train at Wash Â¬ Meade and Brenkenridge but friendship for Hardinsburg Saturday ington Towa 125 150 200 Newton McGlothlan and wifo of Ir-Â¬ true is always appreciated bj I could Gen Frye has been getting along fair Â¬ not leave without thanking my little vington were in town Friday and 250 ly well in Indiana It is said his mpn friend Miss Lisslo McDaniol for her Sparrol Osborne is at Union Star hav Â¬ are above the averago struck by members kind wishes for my future happiness ing his eyes treated by Dr Mllncr JNO D BABBAGE of the other armies although I bollevo tho Stormsin name Mrs A B Pollock and daughter Miss Colum Â¬ but not in nature is perfectly harmless Helen were visiting at Flaherty Thurs Â¬ At a commonweal meeting at ECBABBGAE Manager bus Ohio Sunday night one K T For your tender wishes my sincere day Adams made an anarchistic speech in thanks are yours Frank Deacon of Irvington spont which he said Sunday in Guston She says come again Every unemployed man Bhould go to Split His Scalp Frank Washington and demand justice at tho son of Harry Boll and wifo returned from a Last Thursday the hands of congress Go peaceably if it is Rov Orendorff col was working in tho visit to friends in Brandenburg last possible to do bo but if you cannot go garden with his brother Tho little fellow Monday SIIOUTIIAN uud IUNMANNIII1 above peaceably then go nevertheless The was bending over when his brother ac recently prepared MiBses Mamie Snyder and - Jordan We hvo adapted to HomeHooVt on theSent on Study working peoplo aro hungry and wo can Â¬ cldently struck him in the head with a from tho Bowloyvllle neighborhood were 6o ueciallytrial Hundred have been bencliteu davi not tell whore this movement will end Bteelgarden rake One of tho teeth of in town Tuesday hundredi of dollar by ordering our publication It may end in peace and it may end in the rake split the boys scalp to the bone Should you later decide to enter our College Mr Hermes representing a Louisvlllo the amount paid strife It should be carried forward for several Inches on tho top of his head wholesale Bhoe Jiouso was soliciting you would receive credit for of teaching book Â¬ rourweeklby our method keeping It equal to ia weeVa by the old plan Â¬ however lot it end where it may Wo when it then entered and went under orders hore last week under certain con1oelliniiN fitiurilliteed Illustrated Uj pajfe roust have work at proper wages and we tho skin scraping tue scull and coming Send for our Free Mr Twoomoy of Louisville who has dition your want Andrei catalogue anditate must have bread and wo will havo both out about tho center of the forehead been visiting his brother-in-laPractical near I I ftraughon Jrest Draughon lluilncss College and School of Shorthand and secured If this form of if thoy can be Dr Simons was called in and dressed hern ruturned home Tuesday Telegraphy NahvilleTenn II Teachenooo government cannot give thorn to us the wound Had it been a center lick Knter Mrs O E Bryants mother and sister Student the past year No vacation We nav II iim Iilmau Hoard nm NlinnV lr arei Chicago instead of a glancing ono the teeth ot the then we must effect a change l i a pleasant visit hero returned to JOO CiIl IUI ninli TVailV after tcnographer teachen clerks etc reported to Wade rake would havo penetrated tho brain their homo in Indiana last week provided wo fill lame ui Mr Johnson of Bowloyville passed Ayera Pllla are inyaluablefor the cure and caused death through our town on his way homo after AGENTS WANTED of Headache Constipation Stomach and The llettctioiu of a Married Woman liver troubles and all derangements of aro nut jjjuaanub ii bmu u a business trip to Louisvlllo last week fcM delicate run down or over Â¬ Prof P B Hays formerly of Indiana POLLARD vs BRECKENRIDGE the digestive and assimilative organ tiha feoU played worked HOOK one volume nearly 40opage Illustrated Pills aro sugar coated safe and These Her smile and her rood but now of Hardinsburg Ky where ho Agent iclllng 7J to ico a day w c for paper nut lalf profit OuTflt ioc spirit have taken flight It Is teaching was in town a low days ago l oo for cloth pleasant to take always reliable and Hooka and outfits ready Act Quickly t WOITItu iht uunuanu u no Carl Kagin is uneasy about his por- Â¬ tlieir virtues in any climate retain rut berneu VICTOKY rUULISIIING CO Tho Thin U the time to ter as ho calls our friond Green Clncliiiiull O 91 W fourth tit J kit 11 tin fiAt atrunfrtll The Sough River Packet post ofllco is becoming too attractive v iv and cure those weak-V- V Capt Ed Daneley has arranged to put Job Fainting of every description xJ wieorailmeati Carl thinks Mr Guuther of F T Guenther x Co finished in first class stylo on Rough river from Llvermore ia a boat evpNsoat of her Owemiborp Ky Mr Ament of Gen to Hartford connecting with the Green Co New Albany Ind and Favoritorrecriptloa Bmeiater riyer boata at the former place The AJaWi DrPiercei proper beat will lave Hartford on Mondays regulate and promotes all the digestionluno E Flothor of American Grocery Co m Park Obisity Pilii will reduce your weight Wednesdays and Fridays arriving at tloiw of womanhood Improvei and paiM Louisvlllo Ky were here last week PEHMANKNTIYTroi I J to i pounds a month on the evening of the same riehe the blood dbpaU act brlnw refrain or Injury l NO VVUi STAKVlNQlcknes liveimore Gordon Moorman the poll to young NO IIC1TY They Build up the health and beautl- lay leaving Llvermore Tuesdays Thurs Â¬ melancholy and norvoiwnaa and strength ln aleop and rorton health leaving NO WHINKLK9 or comploilon days and Saturdays arriyiag In Hartford Its a fe remedial agent a tonlo and representative of Grinstead Co Louis-Â¬ fv the STntlT AllimMCNS and difficult rthMn the evening of the aarae days The nervine ouarnnfred to cure thoto dUorderi ville was dividing his time here Friday brcathlnjsurlv relieved NO nXPKRtMENT agreement entered into bind the par ami derangemwiU Incident to womanhood afternoon between the business men and but a soentlrtc and positive rellel adopted enly All orders suppllc after vears of eaperlence it I returned Ut for one year and it ia expected will or the money paid or sell a poor medicine oa Uo per nackasre Gordon wine friends direct from our officefor lrtcc by mail postpaid his old friends It save to the merchants of Hartford and Umbowould not pay to joo packages or three term neighboring towns from 60 to 90 per wherever he goes Testimonials and pattlculafa tald Kts people All CorrpMlr0 StrletfyConfiJcHtta eRt on freighta The Hartford Oneiw There wouldnt be any caiee of Chroole CaÂ¬ Dr Prices Crvam Baking Pewdr Sagee re elated over the enterprise tarrh If everyowe used Dr laeuraUe Remedy NIK KWIV CI HOu HlK eata fkw ttte MHfard to AU4 Prfct Ma4e toft Messenger RACKET STORE Having just received from tho only market not Cincinnati tho remainder of our Spring Goods which havo been bought not from Old Img Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns that mako Spot Cash Prices and from under tho Red Flng where it is money or no goods No other house in tliu country will dare admit that they attend tho Big Auction Sales but say they dont handle any miction trash a KX2SFsfrar fat PURE- - 50AP fi4a 59o - ZE iOOlr Over tin SPECIAL ollo rirLg DRIVES ZiPxIces CLOTHING - LADIES FURNISHINGS Pins ic needles ic a paper Kuhber tip pencils ic or 8c dozen 6 sheets commercial note paper ic jc No 5 envelopes for ac liest three hook purses 5c At knock down and drag out prices m A ace bottle of cologne for 151- A line flannette ihlrt tor 35c worth 50c A pure leather back horse brush worth 50c our price only 200 Itcsi four row tooth brush worth ace for only 10c and 15c percale ties Vnlce ply linen 5c - r Â¬ Â¬ A nice ladles vest 5c Nicer quality luc Something nobby 15c Ladles suet hose worth aec for Ijr Imported linen torchon laces from J to ice per yard rinellncn torchon 4 inches wide to and tcc per yard Nicest edges 1 per yard Finest Va enclcnnes X Point Delrland c inch wide and In bclutllul laces patterns only 10 und 15c per yard AN e have the nicest patterns In Ham Â¬ burg nnd Swlsi embroderici and In sertingi ever opened in this county and our prices are at least 50 per cent cheaper than those of othtr concern licit cabinet hair pint 4c licit calf finish pocketbook worth joe for cuds only 15c other places 35c Collar buttons best bone re dor licit gross grain silk scarts for only loc worth ace jood 4 ply linen collar turndown ec Come and you will find pricca nlwiays rigni nc We offer to our trade good values In this line not shoddy stuff either but from one of the most extensive manufactures In the cast Come and try my prices They are always rock bottom My trade Is Increasing in this line and people are recognizing my way is the only way Take your measure free of charge nnd you have an outfit worth in- Â¬ spection Ouarantecd perfect fit In every case Come and see make the price that will suit you 4 li Many advantages given to my trade In this line iS and ao lb granulated suger forf ioo 30 and aa lb best C Sugar Tor 1 100 licit Hio Cofleeonly ajc lb other places GHOOBBIBS 30c - OUTPITTEH -- CASH BEFORE DELIVERY llest N O molasses per gallon 45c Coal oil ioc other houses ice same arti- Â¬ cle 3 pkgs Arm St Hammer brand soda 10c or 1 pkge for 4c V Â¬ A few words as to my methods of buying nnd selling nnd those Old Moss back Credit Houses Suppose two buyers were to walk into a house One says I want to buy 50 cases of goods on four months credit Whats your prico Tho proprietor squirms and kicks around and figures up as follows Loss of interest ono percent extra risk of failure five per cent risk of delay ono per cent I will sell at 100 net Our man says 02 cents Let us follow up our trade demands 250 cRses for which I will pay spot cash What is your price these goods still further nnd remember wo ore not speaking of regular staple goods not auction sundries in which I can frequently givo you 50 per cent advantage Tho Credit Moss back Jobber gets in his goods at a dollar Ho pursues tho self same argument tho manufacturer did only on a bigger scale He argues loss of interest 3 per cent risk of delay 2 per cent dead risk anil to make the losses which aro sure to occur by bad debts add 8 per cort This you see is estimating low Now add up these extra taxes and say tho manufact Â¬ urer adds 8 per cent tho Moss back Jobber 13 per cent totnl 21 per cent which must bo paid and tho goods must bo sold at atovo their intrinsic value Tho goods I pay 92 cents for aro offered to any nnd all who havo the cash at 15 cents Now thero is a practical explanation of thu difference between my system nnd tho old regu- Â¬ lars who purchase of tho thirty sixty and ninty day credit concerns Ill leave to anyone who possesses a sin- Â¬ gle grain of Whito Horso Sense that anyone who buys on eternal timo and sells on same basis it cant bo long before ho reachrs tho end of his rope Theres no middle course Why cant tho margin of profits at tho end be bought at and soiling end be cut to the minumum It does mo lots of good to cut tho life out of profits Peoplo l ecognio values nnd aro ready to grab bargains For instance lead pencils onliuiirly retailing at 2 for 1 sell at 1 5 cents cent each or 8 cents a dozen 50 envelopes 5 rents Good commercial note paper 0 sheets for 5 cents A good adamantine pin nt 1 cent per paper other housos Ji cenU Kent brum pins only I cents cant bo duplicated in no other housu under 8 cents for same article liest buckskin t hook purses 5 cents nnd doens of other nrticles to numerous to name on nccount of space Nothing affords mo more pleasure to be nblo to by securing a bargain to mark it at a price that will astonish all NO PILING ON PROFITS G L BUROH Jacob Big Spring MOOLEYY1LLE KY Meyer Ky A LARGE Negligee Shirts K In presenting this advertise Â¬ ment to tho trade wo have Wo but one point in view wish to impress upon tho peoplo tho one fact that we desire to increase our business and to do so In a legitimate way StreamiBargains ARE FLOWING AT GEO YEAKEL Goods never sold at such prices before Uest Indigo Illuo Calico at Hoosier Urown Cotton Good Ginghams Genta 10c socks for - Gents 50c shirts for - Genta nil wool Suits worth - CO S We Want Your Trade - 4c lc 5c 5c - 25c j fp Ln AlJ VSp AfX Jjj 800 for 403 And in return for it wo S Youth suite for - - - - 250 promiso to givo you honest goods and fair treatment our Our trade has novor been known to bo bo immense before Houso business being established up jammed with Bargain Seekers early in morning till lato afternoon on these two important prin- Â¬ You unfortunato readers who have not been to seo us dont delay ciples Our stock will be found get in tho puBh AT ONCE complete in every department Your dollars aro in clastic form when with us stretches along and wo will make prices In ways Littlo money buys a load of Goods at tho keoping with tho times and onco a customer always a customer Cut right half in two 1ojb suits worth 5150 for 75c - - 08c Geuls fine shoes for One lot Ladies shoes was sold lor 2 00 250 nnd 300 155 going at Wc Ladies low Shoes - - - uuuiuimiuus Gome to See us BOOK KEEPING Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co 1 The Wool Market So demoralized this Bcason yet wo will maintain cur reputation for top prices nnd wool growers may bring us their crop and bo sure of BRANDENBURG KY Special Drives JtlPiJL Linseed Oil 45 cts per gallon White Lead 6j cts per pound AT recolving Honest Weight and Highest Cash Price for same All kinds of coun- Â¬ try produce taken Come to seo us we will mako It to your interest Money saved is money mado a fn 1 Our Millinery Trimmed stock la complete hats for 50c and upwards mr 1 Jacob and FEVITT NOTIOX for any JsbUi cob will not t trteUJ la tho futart by vtj wife LU 1U All psrsons ar notlfl4 net to erodlt good from bar en uy iMouat or xpsttlnj GOTJGHS CORNER DRUG STORE KY FAT PEOPLE BRANDENBURG Meyer BIG SPRIHG KY I rforlb nt TbliMaylMtilSat F pymt V A OREAT BAROAIN ThrcohudrJ crof UnJIn RuMans Val Ujrfor rule Ihrw KJdw41laRii4l wtttml oflo himjrd acres tUy ml 1k rK up land wall a asJsmHii awtfar Mmfi well Ml In blM KtaM Wni sll va passsntoa aov titM gl AwJy ta UVfJ I JliweD tiXORUK W NKPH fetnu tj J RctitiUr f y l i - - lWlMiTwiMwiii iwiMBjiMiWMW he BififidKfiiMiRilDGm nrws bnoVkLoSi ttv Breckenridge Ji D News 1801 AliOVT WOOL 6IT 4V 0 BsWsjt Editor sad Proptlitn WEDNESDAY MAY 23 SIXPAGES An artny o sixty rommonwrnlers tntck Frankfort lust Monday Cuky Iim been nominated for Con Kress by the populists In tho Klglileentli Ohio dUtricU What n nlco thing It is to liavo n good fat county olllcc nnd bask in the shado ofthoso lovely court houso trees At tho rato that Kellys fleet Is now advancing toward Washington It will arrive at Cloverport somo tlrao in tho twentieth century In this section have grown tired of looking and waiting for Congress to do something They linvo gono to Permit me to y that of lonr bucks and six ewes 1 clipped 140 pounds nf wool this seas on and told It for 15 cent per pound amounting to 111 Tito years ago which wit before the present Congress wti elected I told the lame wool lor 5 cents per pound amounting to So you see I lose f 4 on the wool cliuped from ten sheep If you ask me the came nf this lots 1 anjwcr tariff agitation These arc ficH and if you can explain thla to the satisfaction ol sheep raisers I would he glad you would do so Will ynu publish thuf fs Itetpeclftilly JKHJOltV To be sure wo will publish it but brother Jeff wo wish to remark that your saying that tarilT agitation Is the cnuso of tho low price of wool does not mako it so You like all other blinded protectionists seem to possess tho idea that all that a body of lawmakers has to do is to pass laws regulating prices and prices will regulate You entlroly overlook tho fact that the laws of com- Â¬ merce aro independent of all legislative People work themselves Johnstown has been visited by another The entire business portion of tho city is under water and damaged to tho extent of 100000 flood The Hon I II Goodnight has de- Â¬ clined to stand for re election to Con Â¬ gress in the Third district His health will not permit his making tho cnnvnsvj The Hon Chas Blanford is grooming Mr D W Fairleigh of Louisville for tho next Republican candidate for Gov- Â¬ ernor of Kentucky Tho Republicans have no better material In tho state for Governor than Mr Fairleigh girl graduates from the Cloverport High School will step to the Four beautiful footlights next Friday evening Girls in pretty dresses tmllln mighty Itoscs In their golden hair and roici feet And hoi Tor the commencement nnd music play Tor the pretty girls are winning all the of the day iwcct at their let the laurel A neat and valuable little publication the Kentucky Weather and Crops has bcenrcceivcd at this olllcc Its mission is to furnish n complete record of the weather a rcjxjrt of tho condition of the crops n full statement of the tobacco market and all other information of a kindred nature It will bo especially valuable to farmers It is published at Louisville by Mr C C Young at 100 per year The News visited another garden spot of Ureckcnridgo county last week It was the beautiful section lying along Chenaults reach on the river op- Â¬ posite Derby Ind It Is a large fruit growing section and there are hundreds of acres of the 11 nest orchards wo ever saw It is distressing however to seo these valuable and healthy looking trees without an apples on them Tho loss in this commodity nlone will amount we are told to 10000 or r0000 to this section Cait George Mercer tho Iopulist candidate for county Judge in this county was a member of the petit jury of the Circuit Court last week He occu- Â¬ pied his Idle time lounging under tho beautiful shade trees of tho court houso yard and spouting his populist doctrine to crowds of eager listeners Tho Captain would like to have everything in this government changed except tho issuing of pensions He is a receiver and a believer in pensions Â¬ Â¬ Wiiii tho Democratic party again go to New York for a President This is a tjuestion that will be given much thought before tho time arrives to choose another Chief Magistrate Mr Cleve- Â¬ lands co a r so has not suited tho people of tho South nnd West He has not kept tho faith This will have much to do with selecting another man from tho State of Now York Senator Hill is trimming himself for a nomination but unless public matters change largely his chauc S for success will be rather slim copy of the Fordsvlllo Star has reached our desk It is a seven column folio and presents a favorable appearance It announces that it will be devoted to local business interests and not to politics Tho leading edito-Â¬ rial Is a column and a half long setting The flrst forth reasons why a new county should be established out of parts of Ilrecken ridge Grayson and Ohio counties with Fordsvillo as the county seat and it announces that it will continue to chase this phantom The late census report discloses the startling fact that there are 050 more married men in Kentucky than there are married women This can bo ac Â¬ counted for only upon tho theory that eomo women liavo more than one hus Now In other sections of the band country men aro frequently discovered who liavo n plurality of wives hid away in secret places but here at homo the balance is against tho men It Beems that lireckenriilgo Is tho only Kentucky gentleman who has of late made any effort whatever to keep up our old time reputation for gallantry Â¬ DuECKENiumiE connty has one of the loveliest court house squares in tho state and it could be made oven handsomer than it is with a very llttlo expense Tho side walks ought to bo extended all around tho square and walk ways laid This from each gate to tho court houso would odd much to tho comfort and ap Â¬ pearance of tho grounds And then if tho good town of Hardinsburg would pave tho streets say one half the square with vitrified brick and the other Half with Dreckenridge asphalt there wouldnt be a lovelier spot in all Kentucky Be Â¬ sides it would be a big advertisement for two of Breekenridge countys leading Industries enactments and are regulated by natural workings within themselves The natural laws of commerce ato not confined to tho limits of any state or country or the Jurisdiction of any legislative body but the broad world is their battle ground nnd could wo build a railroad or sail a ship to other planets the sphcro of nctlvo contest would be broadened to the limits of tho universe These laws of commerce may be inter tered with by restrictive legislation nnd forced out of their natural channels for a time but they gradually drift back nnd additional interfernncc is necessary that they may still be further swerved These meddlesome laws nre called laws of protection In this country that it may touch a tender cord and appeal to tho patriotic feelings of Americans inoro than to their reason it is given the misno- Â¬ mers American System Protection to etc When these American Industrie laws aro flrst passed there aro certain classes of citizens who aro engaged in certain industries benefited for a time but It is always at the expense of their neighbors There can bo nobody bene- Â¬ unless somebody fited or protected else docs the protecting It was argued in tho early history of protection in this country that foreign nations were the ones that did the protecting but develop Â¬ ments soon proved that our own country wns being divided into classesand that one class was unducly prospering while the other class wtw being unjustly deprived of n corresponding amount of its wealth a select few were rapidly becoming wealthy while tho masses were corres pondingly getting poorer Tho people kxw this and began to grumble and the protectionists realized that they would hnvo to resort to other tactics The consequences were that a series of log rolling as it were was be Â¬ gun Protective duties were placed on tho products of agriculture 03 they were demanded while at tho same time those on manufactured articles were increased and the claim for it was changed from encouragement for iufant industries to This protection for Ameiican labor had u soothing effect nnd for a quarter of n century or more our law makers have gone on piling up the duties as they have been asked for never onco stopping to think that while the tarlfTena bles some industries to mako unduo and illegitimate profits it might be piled sky high on others nnd not effect them in tho least If the theory bo truo that a high protective tariff on everything makes all prices higher and times better why not just mark prices up all round without waiting for tho aid of tariff laws Tho reason is obvious As a class tho articles that the farmer has to sell must compete with the markets of the world and the unavoidable law of supply and demand will regulate tho prices tariff or no tin iff It is a difuVult matter to take a slnglo article and discuss it in relation to the tariff without inoro or less discussing the entire tariff system because the price of an individual artlclo may not only not be raised by placing a tariffon it but it actually may bo lowered indirectly by the effects of tho tariff on other articles and tho natural laws of commerce Tho products of agriculture as a class belong to this kind and the individual article of wool may be taken as an illus- Â¬ tration Tho price of wool Is now low and you brother Jolly say that this is caused by the agitation of the tariff question Tills may be true but not in the manner in which you would have us believe If the tariff effects tho prico of wool at all which wo think it does it is tho agitation of tho past that Is effecting it nnd not tho present proposition to put It on the free list Wool Is now struggling under the enormous McKinley tariff As the tariff on wool has increased load since 1807 tho prico of wool has corres- Â¬ pondingly declined but in no other short period has it tumbled so rapidly as it has since the McKinley blow struck it with increased force You say that you liavo just sold an amount of wool for 16 cents per pound which two years ago you sold for25conts Mow wo wish to say that if por pound you had sold tho samo four years ago you probably would liavo received 158 cents per pound and tho McKinley law with all Its beauties has beon in full force during the greater portion of this time If you had sold it in 1680 you would have received 10 cents por pound in 1871 you would hnvo received 02 cents in ISftI 100 The average price of wool from 03 to 00 inclusive was 80 cents por pound from 08 to 71 60 cents from 70 to 82 41 J cents from 81 to 87 M cents and as you say now it is worth only 15 cents and wo know Brother Jeff that your wool ranks as a first class article These figures it seems should prove conclusively to any reflecting and un- Â¬ prejudiced mind that the tariff does not On increase tho market value of wool tho contrary wo boll eve that It Is a fact easily demonstrated that the tariff on wool actually lowers the price by placing an additional burden upon the strug Â¬ gling manufacturer of woolen goods We say struggling manufacturer be Â¬ cause of all the manufactories In this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ country those of woolen goods hnvo tho greatest difficulties to overcome tho lenfit profits and meet with tho most reverses They have pioteetiou on the manufactur Â¬ ed article of coiiiao but they liavo to pay a tariffon the rnw material which The condition of our wool they Import They en muuufaclurers ls well known hnvo been Rt niggling for existence under a protection too burdensome for tho peo Â¬ ple to longer tolerate Now Brother Jeff we can go on and give reasons and proof conclusive that the tariffon wool has been an injury to both the woolen manufacturer and the wool growor but tho want of space comIf it is pels us to desist for tho present for information that you ask and this Is of any interest to you or other readers of tho News wo would bo pleasod to con- Â¬ tinue the course of reasoning in future We believe that issues of tho paper you asked in the proper spirit of desiring information nnd wo hnvo truly replied In that spirit keeping aloof from cam Â¬ paign slush It is a subject that wo have given much thought and wo believe that we have arrived at tho right conclusion The subject is by no means exhausted and we have much more testimony to produce and will be pleased to do so if such matter as this is of interest to nny considerable portion of our readers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hull Inst Wednesday night drew a large w crowd There were tunny present from L H L W TIME TABLE U tllui a ttfit it Mi IMFV llllal tAVItlCT liitnuiiv tsaiis tliii ci fairest tinsa tanr ttiltttli i OOIKO WIT oijiiyed The recvipts net In about 100 faMrnKr bally art Ilardlnburg12ill pm ami will bo uw toward luitclmsllig an nrgun for tlm M K church aoixa kast Ilii will nf CiintiucUir HasMnrpr llally arr Manllnshnre TiJl am atHiut R I Nhupoii wuh brunt It pronilwH In Ih qiilto lengthy im there Court will probably adjourn to day are n number of hIiui hi nil both hMi h I I he suit Ikiivit the contract Browns excursion Saturday May 20th build ing NeWHiims limine Deft iidxnt claims Tho Beeler vs Heard ease goes over six con I nut whs nut compiled with months Even It Jolly luw the contract for put Â¬ In Lookout for Ilrouns excursion next ting up the ilrciH bulletin hoard thin n gnnl It HceiiiH that the Jailer and Saturday County Judge had agreed with theelrcus BruwnH excursion Saturday May 20 men that a bulletin twelve feet high and about eighty feet long should be put Walt for It up in front of the court house When Mr R M Jollys family were visiting the citizens got wind of it such a protect hero this week went up that the proposition was hIiuu Mrs Kreemer has been quite Blek dur- Â¬ doned A jury was sworn In the Circuit Couit ing the last week last rridav to Inquire into the state of Mr Court Cox has a position as clerk mind nf Miss Marcelln Robertson of Rock Vale eventl witnesses were ex in Mr Kreemcrs store examined who stated that sho was not John Robinsons circus Is advertised competent to handlo her estate Tho jury returned a verdict in accordance for this place Juno 15 with tho facts given nnd a trustee was Mr J B Buzby and W W Vessels unpointed to take charge of her estato Mr James Moorman was named as wero hero last Sunday trustee Miss Lizzie Skilhnan Cloverport was Childrens Day was observed at the visiting here this week M 13 church last Suudny and the pro Â¬ The best of order always maintained gram Tho World for Christ a simple nnd im press vo missionary service wns on Browns excursions carried out The songs nnd recitations were pretty and appropriate nnd not Â¬ Col L Green nnd wife Falls of Rough withstanding the rainy day tho other wero visiting here Monday Sunday schools adjourned nnd came In Go to A A McGary for your sugar and we had a full house Thecolleitlon A MATTER OF BUSINESS was 9 and coffee aud other groceries Air Wat has brightened Mr Robt K Woods of Louisville was the inside of Lennin E church South up the M bv How do you stand with your subscrip- Â¬ hero Monday attending court giving it n iresh coat of paint This odds tion This is an interesting proposition A good secf ml hand phaeton for salo wry much to its appearanco with tho Notice tho label on your paper and if it other work that hns been dnno on It or trade Coleman IIasweix Tho inside now looks well and is a credit is out you should renew at onco that is Col Stanton was entertained while to thoso who have given it their atten- Â¬ If you want the paper continued to your tion The church is inclosed in front hero by Mr nnd Mrs W J Piggott Â¬ a w-t-rl- HARDIN8BURQ Tho nnterlalnmont given at tho City 3 U IW 4a 9P 4m3l fl S P V R- - MsTjiji 8P w O p p j g 35Tj gKTyrrm yxi rt V i IIh fr Â¬ j 1 1 NfcW 1 1 ri Â¬ flCORSETsjf ill I I Al V 111 address Dont treat tho matter indifferently or pass It over in a joke liko a prominent citizen did the other day We called his attention to tho fact that his subscription had expired Helaugh ed at us Tho idea of you wnnting pay in advance and at the same time had his pockets full of money walking ofl with an indifferent nir as much as to say you can wait till I get ready to pay this Now suppose twenty or oven ten of our subscribers treat us in tlii- manner every day One can readily seo what it ainouuts to in the course of a year And then on tho other hand suppose our paper merchant presents us with a bill for paper and we have the money in hand stuff It down in our pockets and say you can wait and pass the matter off in a joke how long would that man continue to ship us paper There is no joking or laughing nil our hills when they fall Wo hnyo to pay or the supply due stops There is no joke about running a newspaper It is n business enterprise just the same as merchandising banking or anything else The man that takes the News a year and pays for It gets full valuq received for his money There is no joke fun or sentiment about It We are not complaining we nre glad to say wo have very few jokers on our list when it comes to paying These few remarks are just thrown out to let our readers know that to run a good newspaper liko tho News is no joke There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years For a was supposed to be Incurable great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local reme Â¬ dies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ Science has proven catarrh to curable be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to n tcaspoonful It acts directly on the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dol- Â¬ lars for any coso it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O 8uSold by DruggiBt 75c Miss school Dr llattle May has finished her ance of wliteh could bo materially improved by tho painters brush The male at Webster and returned home by a substantial iron fence The appear Â¬ Â¬ Milner Union Star was culled hero last week to see Mr J It Johnson Dont forget the dato of Browns ex- Â¬ Saturday May 20 cursion to Louisville Dr J C Bush will be hero Mny 23 24 25 and 20 for the practice of ills profes- Â¬ sion Misses Lena Drury aud Blanche Jolly Bewleyville were visiting here lust week It is reported that tho Republicans are trying to get up u campaign papei members of tho church should look after this Mrs Jarleya Wax figures The entertainment given at Hardins burg last Wednesday night for the benefit of tho Methodist church wns n beautiful and cnjoynblo a Hair Miss B Ada Drury of Bewleyville took a lead Â¬ ing part in the exorcises nnd thoroughly convinced tho audience that she had one of the best shows on earth in Mrs Jar leys wax figures The program wns in Â¬ terspersed with vocul and instrumental music beautiful sweet ami charming to listen to The musical program was under the supervision of Mis N C Mosely who is an nrtist in her lino and one of the most beautiful performers on tho piano we ever heard Tht entertainment upon the whole was niosteieditnhle nnd reflected great honor to each nnd every one concerned Tho net proceeds wero 00 for tho church Â¬ i5 Ma y 111 v tz td I o ill d J H Cg if 4 f I here The grand jury adjourned lust Satur- Â¬ day having returned about lliteeii indict Â¬ ments Rev S K Breeding is attending the District Conference this week ut Vine Grove ion at Hardinsburg Buzby Co Dont forget the 4th of July celobru Lojk out for bills GARRETT Wo aro needing rain very bad Mr Bud Thomsberry of near Sirocco was here one day this week Dr W Crutcher of West Point was in town this week the guest of his Every purchaso you mako with us is an investment not a speculation T C Lewis it Co McQUADY We aro having fine weather now Men nre busy fixing for a tobacco crop Mr Dennle Sherron of Kirk visited Billy Jollys boys Sunday Dr Btirch was tho guest of Miss Jen nio McGary Wednesday evening Miss Clara Crews visited Miss Sarah No why of Beech Fork Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sallle and Llda Lyons sent Mon day evening at their aunts Mrs Maggie Mr Allen R Kiueheloe was examined and given license to practice law at this term of court The dato fixed for Julian Browns next excursion on tho Branch is May 20 Get ready for it Browns excursion Saturday May 20 will be under tho management of Brown J T Jones Co Mr Joo B Cox expects his commission as postmaster to arrive the latter part of this week Big day at Louisville Saturday May 20 You can go there for only 100 on Browns excursion Mr Jolly Meador is still confined to his bed There is not much improvement in his condition Mrs Mary Garrett who has been visit- Â¬ ing here sometime returned to her homo in Illinois Monday Mr Percy Beard started his ice wagon last Monday He will deliver ice at your door at a cent a pound The sale of the property of tho Breck- Â¬ inridge Company Limited was confirmed to tho purchaser Win Hopper Sunday was the fifth anniversary of the Kpworth League and was observed with appropriate services by this chapter of the League Fix us in your mind and when you want jewelery watches musical instru ments or repairs drop in and seo us T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mother X nettsville Mrs Buckler and family and Miss Delia Miles spent lust Sunday in Gar UNDERSTAND the CASE -- family Mr Wathen of Andyville was hero WHEN YOU BUY OF US this week drumming in the interest of silverware Witt Meador will positively sell Miss Fannie Mattingly is spending tho week in town the guest of Miss Lulu for Cash or Produce Crutcher Dr O A Sherrill passed through horo We quote a few prices last Thursday enrouto for his home in Rineyville Hoosler Cotton at 5c per yd Mr B J Car Ico Sr and wife spent 5 and 5jc All Calicoes at last Sunday with their daughter Mrs D Dress Goods S Henry of Muldraugh 7J 8 10 and 12c A 1 Dress Goods at Mr John Funk and family spent last 22Jc Suuday in Garnettsville the guests of Mr Capt Lane and wife All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in Mrs Annie Funk and daughter Miss ptice to suit purchasers Dora spent Thursday with Mrs Kate Come in aud see for yourself Bunger who is very ill at this writing Mrs Annie Collins of Big Spring is Because we buy right dlrectfrom first hands and Dav cash spending this week with tier parents a constant study with us how to give you more- value for your dol Mr aud Mrs J M Tindell of near here Wo want your Mrs Buckler and daughter Miss Eva were called to tho bedside of Mrs Sam Stith of Stithton who is dangerously ill Mrs J G Shacklett and daughter Mrs Lizzie Shumate of Hill Grove were tliw guests of Mrs Laura Burch Wednesday HARDINSBURQ KY Â¬ Mrs Knto Crutcher and family spent Inst Friday with Mr John Mntthnslys BUY RIGHT YOU CERTAINLY- - If t r Wool and other Produce MEADOR WITT GREEN STEPHENSPORT O I owis A Co Â¬ Are you looking for n bargain in a We can take cure of you no matpiano ter how much or how little you wish to Invest T C Lewis A Co Jailor Stuart DeJernett has glyou notice to the public that they must not carry water from the cistern in the court house yard away in buckets McGury Frank Stnalwood who has beon hero A crowd of girls and boys are going to the falls fishing Look sharp girls or In jail on the charge of tobacco steal iug was released Monday the grand you will get left Remember Browns excursion to Lou- Â¬ jury failing to And an indictment Mr W D Holt of Holt was here isville Saturday May 20 Only 100 Monday Mr Holt finds it difficult to for tho round trip Mr Nelson Jolly Jr says ho would get about since that slight stroke of like to hear from tno Clover Creek cori paralysis whicji befell him somo timo ago respondent oftener Miss Juda and Arvelle Ball spent Sun Mr Chapezo Wathon Geo W Jolly day and Monday tho guests of their J A Dean Owensboro D W Fairleigh brother Jim Lou Ball Louisville and J W Lewis Branden- Â¬ Miss Fttle Ball and Bee Shrewsberry burg were tho visiting attorneys here of Kirk visited Miss Lllllo Jolly last last week Wednesday and Thursday Tho order in tho caso ot R M Jolly vs Mr Flage McGary wife and little Louisville Trust Co was set aside and daughters Ophelia Ilattio and Maggie the case referred to the Commissioner to spent Sunday at Mr Hllory McGarys report partnership claims against Rich Â¬ Miss Jennie McGary has been confin- Â¬ ard and Keudrlck Watheu ed to her room several days with Amos Board and Frank Mercer had a sore eyes but we hope sho will soon bo difficulty in Julian Browns billiard out again room last Saturday The He was passed Misses Llda Lyons and Anna Jolly when tho young gentlemen came to contemplate a visit to the far West in blows Both came off without serious the near future We wouder what the Injury attraction can be Georgo Randolph the colored swind Messrs Witt and Marcus Mattingly of ler who has been In jail for sometime Long Lick atteuded church at St Marys The actual meaning of economy is term of court and given Sunday and took dinner with Miss Jen- Â¬ was tried at this During not in purchasing goods at low prices two years in the penitentiary Come again boys nie McGary Randolphs confinement he professed to but getting full value for your outlay Misses Lola and Anna Jolly entertain- Â¬ be a great Democrat and composed sev- Â¬ Babbagos ed a number ol guests at their hospltablo DISSOLUTION home last Sunday among those present eral verses of poetry on our Democratic were I Misses Llda Lyons Lllllo Jolly nominees The ca- partnership of Murray Miller Is this day dissolved by mutual consent David It and Messrs Alvln and Thomas Miller Murray bavins purchased the Interest of K N Johnnie Lyons Flage Alvey Henry El Miller Is entitled to all the assets and ell notes VOH DYSPSPSIA more Dennle Sherron Taylor Tate Vir- Â¬ Indigestion and Momcb dtaordass laic and account are payable to and collected b gil Wilson Some of the guests hail bet Â¬ HHOWNkt IKON BltTaSKS Thli the Mth day of May lu All dealers keiettHr kettle 0fHwfaM ter look sharp or the roar of the Lyon JMvkl n Marray wrapper trade mar aed wo r4 will beat their Jolly times K K Miller Â¬ - Rainy nnd cold weather This winter spell seems to have como to stay J II Payno has been quite sick for several days S G Reynolds is shipping some fine strawberries G It Wadlineton hns a fine prospect for sweet potatoes Mr and Mrs M Bain spent several days last week in Louisville Miss Hettlo Ragsdalo of Troy Ind is visiting her aunt Mrs Jos Biggs Mrs Owen Cunningham and children will spend several weeks at her fathers near Mooleyville Mrs L B Helm Mrs R J Nappor Mrs Robt W Vaughn and sous spent Thursday in Cloverort Mr Win Hnnks left Sunday on tho Buckeye State for Ohio to make his homo with his boh Jas Hanks Mr Win White nnfl daughter Miss Llunlo wero guests of their son and brother Dr D White last week at tho Smith Hotel Mrs Frank B Lacy and niece Fannie Lee of Southern Kentucky are expected hero soon for a visit with their parents and grand parents Mr and Mrs II S English We have received tho following card Mr and Mrs A F Williams request vour presence at tho marriaco of their daughter Cloautha to Mr B A Copass Tuesday evening May 20th at 7 oclock at home Rusaollvllle Ky 1804 Mr and Mrs L R Adkisson Mr Gardner Hawkins Mrs Lewis Roff and Mrs Hlckeison spent Sunday week with their aunt and sister Mrs Agnew Tho three sisters aud brother aro all that are left of their family and as it is the fl st time they have all been together for years they felt it was a day to bo remem Â¬ bered TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING mmmmfQmmte ESTABLISHED COLLEGE IN 10TS BOWLING GREEN JTO - - SOUTHERN formal NORMAL Schoc 5CH00L BUSINESS any time Send or catalogue CSfMontlon Course desired The ereat Business Training School ol the South English Teachers Scientific and Classic nook Keeping Short hand Telegraphy Type Courses Music Art and Elocution provided Writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at lor Low rates ot board and tuition Sena for catalogue Address OHEBEY BROS SOUTHERN Propyl Bowung Green Ky The Ideal Wheel SkKlSlEPsr IrMieilsis Notice The corporation partnership heretofore ing between Marshal II Drake and W Uexist and Agnes 1 Hllrownof Irvlntrton Ky Is here by dissolved MammialD DraKe May 7th Â¬ iM NOTICE The partnership or Alex Heron and Perey Hopper known under the style of Heron 4 Co dolve by mutual oonient fI liabilities of the firm are assumed by AH senior partntr Alex Heron who also baa the so e right of collecting the debts eto due the the W wrVjilniL essfi JloeTcWttA Alk HxaoN TlRCY Homu Mr Hernn will still oonllnue to do business undr the name of Hsron A Uu NOTICE Mhr yTWlvCm For family use h much simpler than the above In fact in its simplicity lies its great advantage An examination of our line of Bicycles Sr fl99 7 Â¬ a npl8 ln O K Mil er la fsvor of Ben 8 Mlllrffor on mn dred and twentyfire dollars due which I void until the claim I JunelJthu hold ontbV land sold by Lafe Dav Is against J 0 Mill on the Htb day or May 18M r paid R 8 Dowkli elnce COMMISSIONERS SALF ONTHUnSDAY MAY 18gj At 1 oolock p in at the corner of J4 and ist i will show their superior workmanship A wheel fornll conveniences Makes life a Just think of that double pleasure As you glide the path of life Take pleasure and Joy as you pass along live happiness to children and wife A bicycle tuakes Hie one glad song Â¬ pVbuosaTrpo K wm Kureka Kengln Uss Stacker with or belonging wagon under same ootnple- to sains Also one Aultmn - MZil Mel WiU Alio one Matoule M That is the universal testimony of all who own a wheel Let us make you happy now To dny Boards nMIolt Ky to purchase ihoulj eel 0 a MesV niMZ1SZf h JX V Come rtea SULZERS 3M the Brsekenrldge Olrewlt iTm5u of AullBan 4 fa Jo Jo ys BWdY2skw of Mis win fc m ttil Tks u lw H10 wlitlosssf iinn u ww mi i ii THE BREGKENRIDGE NHS OLOYBRPORT KY Correctly tutMy liy tmnphrey A Iiiifir Iro jtriHecomt SI liet lire CoiilinlMlnn Merchant Mnin anil Market lniiliMlcKy A FIGHT roR lly JOHN i Why didnt you try to gnt rid ot him by Bending lilm over to tho county registers office I think this might have been better managed Raymond for tho first time In his life wns losing his Belt possession Und r MILLIONS araiiNNrss Association growing nervous I told him Black replied that hu would find tho records of property owners In tho county registers ollico and ho told mo ho hnd been there He Bald ho hud seen thu deed of conveyaucu to Ueorgo Lclnnd and that tho books there would show no more until tho city under tho tux laws gave another deed of convoynnco to to To mo IIu didnt put it that way What way did ho put it You will not be angry with mo sir will you Of couisonot wns tho impatient rejoinder Youro not responsible for f Copyrighted 1 iV Iij Amcrlc tn lrc will bring yon soma lncotciuo later snlil Dr Lclnml wlicn tho ox aiuiimtioii liml been finished But n1out that other thing doctor your fathers enso Oh yes You Bpoko about n man whom you could writo to Who Is ho Tlittfnwyer No ho is dead Thats tho trouble Whoisthoiium A Laurence Mnngan a newspaper man IIu is on tho track of n discov- Â¬ ery I will writo him n letter now Yon mail it and it will bring him on surely Moi timer walked over to u secretary unlocked it arranged the desk bouid and wroto St James IIotei Drsvj it April 0 191 DraiiMh Manoan The Kent of the coin mission bill and nioroeturtllnKrc elation will lwiloiiouirouiuymoiilslt here t nm too weak to go lioinc I vlll dufruy joureiiniists You aro needed to hunt don n trnud Do not fall Yours truly IHlLli MorTlMKii What does this mean asked Dr Loland It means that you and your sister aro My sister Yes I nover had ono K 4 T t 1 In an apologetic tone couldnt help it Couldnt help It man explain yourself demanded Raymond begin Â¬ ning to be nettled You dont think I was inquisitive Mr Raymond do you was tho crlug Iag query as his promotion appeared gliding bejond bin reach Indeed I wasnt It was Mangau of Tho Buglo who Hindu me do it Mangnnl Yes j ou know him That follow turn later who is always making a fuss in tho city Inezl Inez her brother called and county offices I knew ho was aft Â¬ Sho obeyed tho summons Thero wai 1 er something used every evidently something annoying her an to put him ont threatened endeavor him with sho entered arrest but ho only laughed ut mo What is it Phil And then Bring mo in Tho Bugles Why ho said ho would go over to Ivo been reading them tho supremo court und get a manda Â¬ Then yon know what Raymond hni mus that it would make n fine stoiyl dono ho asked peering into her faco Tho books weio public property ho I said and he was going to examine from tho loungo whcieon ho sat Beo you do It would uveit a scandal to them Ho laid back resignedly turning his him soo them and I handed them let to eyes upward as if imploring strength Qod and Inez considered it best him from Thats it eh Well you woro wiso not to disturb him Black Black had been bent fawnlngly Ho CHAPTER IX straightened quick us n Jack-in-thRAYMOND KILLS MOUTIMEll OFFICIALLY box when released jumps up to tho And what had Francis Raymond been limit of tho spiral spring that propels doing It was but for n moment Tho him Ho returned homo tho day after ho chcerincHS left his fare ho doubled up had received word that tho Mortimots as if his muscles hud been contracted had gone to Denver His plot was pro Â¬ und ho wns in agony But tho pain gressing favorably his mind was eased was more mental than physical ofworriment and hi3 step had an elas- Â¬ 1 forgot to tell you he whiningly ticity that distinguished him among aid that Mungau knows who holds the pedestrians who rushed by tho pub Â¬ the certificates lic buildings in the forenoon Tho devil ho does It was Raymonds rule as it is with Ho insisted on looking over tho pri- Â¬ other political leaders less cautious even vate minutes of tho office continued than he to exact lrom every appointee Black I didnt know you wero in a resignation with a blank date When terested in that section of tho city it gets refractory the date is has been so recently annexed Ho soon that official filled out on his resignation and sent discovered in tho minutes of tho dato in by the leader to tne proper ofllcer of eale as shown in tho books that With it goes a recommendation of an- Â¬ jou were tho certificate holder It other man for the office This is an couldnt bo belped sir indeed it appointment practically It only re- Â¬ couldnt quires tho form of un announcement Well never mind Black Thoros through tho legitimate authority who nothing wrong in that I have equal acknowledges without protest or mur- Â¬ rights with other citizens to bid for tho mur tho power behind tho throne property Raymond held Mortimers resigna- Â¬ I told him so sir tion The time had orrived to use it What did Mungansny Ho walked into the ollico of the regis Â¬ Ho said you hud thu same rights trar of arrears The deputy now acting but tho favors were moro partially dis registrar was effusive in his greetings Raymond smiled significantly at tint tiilnted Ho did eh Yes Ho said tlint thero was n big deputy who followed him into tho pri Â¬ vate office whero Raymond acted as if political ring in town that bought theso Â¬ lands for tho taxes it was bis own Ho sat down at tho reptitiously hold ut anction sales sur desk pulled out his wallet und extract- Â¬ Maugan didnt stop at that surely Ho unfold Â¬ ed Mortimers resignation Im amused ed it on tho desk took a pen out of tho Ho on Well Jio declared ho would break rack backing tho inkstand and tilled in enor- Â¬ tho date On the back of ono of his up tho ring by publishing tho mity of its crime and ho had the impu Â¬ owu cards he made a memorandum E R Black to succeed Philip Morti- Â¬ dence sir the great impudence to ask mer Ho inclosed tho resignation and mo to convey his compliments to yon you that thu rightful owner tho card in an envelope and addressed and assure would redeem the Leland estates ero it to tho mayor Here Black handing tho deputy tho timo came that would mako you you had bought owner of tho lottureend that over by special tho hundreds millions You aro ho new registrar for messenger n way ho has to scare peoplo of arrears Tomorrow when you ro into Thats udmisslous and Raymond smiled mayor teivo tho nppolutmeut from tho Ho doesnt know mo sardonically i will suggest tho man whom I would evidently like you to uumo as your doputy inter- Â¬ Ho knows tho law though A suggestion but it meant n com Â¬ and will bo cautious Tho deputy simply bowed as- Â¬ acted Black mand sent Thero was no sentiment in tho matter Each know what was required of the other Words woro superfluous They shook hands- - It was tho only ex Â¬ pression of congratulation from tho ono of thanks from tho other Black know that tomorrow Raymond would namo tho deputy and ero tho officials apÂ¬ pointment was banded over ask his own resignation for uso in an emer- Â¬ gency that is Raymond would ask It if BlufV rvua so obtuse us not to savo RayniJnd tho trouble and himself abase Â¬ ment by huvlng it reudy when Ray Â¬ mond called Tho evening papers announced tho promotion of Black Politicians read the news and were surprised What Tlio pqoplo-r-tnow deal was on lwr people hw nothing In it calling for particular comment Ono official Iforgpt to tell yon io whiningly laid eteppod down and out uucther assumed was a about llbol the duties of the position udyanced acÂ¬ you could notas bo said itami sontpity Ira indicted to cording to tho exalted rules of civil serv Â¬ Ho Sing Sing for these transactions Tue mayor was un aristocrat ice Thescoundrell had wealth and social distinction Why scoundrels no name Mr There could bo no deals traced to any doputy with an said ation of his no degrading puppllance Raymond meant the impress his loyal- indignation to to any class of politicians ty Heii an iufernal villain tp otfer tio reasoned the people if thoy pon paragraph long enough to such insults and Interfere with mutters 4rwl on the bring their minds into the byways of that do not concern hlml1 Say Black queried Raymond Ig Â¬ Powihly not one out of a pelltlcs la Maugan noring Blacks criticism tWeiuwnd of tbem l sw that tu glamour Did jf pblc life hud daisied the mayor going to print all Ula tomorrow ttwt he carefully avoided running he say anything about that mm No He intimated however thstotyiutvr to the tarty tuuehine over k d tpypk vperv iveiptioji to wfctota h Uw KtwtbiUtor He ww not cotuuiUtiwc uohrkiU wit I Thero must bo somo mistake I un- Â¬ derstood your father loft it boy and u girl I heard tho old lawyer onco refer to a will of U eorgo Loland your father Aly partner took tho papers and later eaid to mo that you wero both dead Why not go to him No use Ho has reasons for decep- Â¬ Yon cannot provo that tho two tion George Lelauds aro tho same Bnt my sister what of her Let him restoro her to me ami I caro not about tho will I know nothing about her I tell you wo must wait for Alungan What can ho do What cant ho do Wo must con- Â¬ sult him Tho doctor took leavo of Mortimer and said a fow encouraging words to Inez as ho passed out piomising to re Â¬ eiilc Dlllilig lilt term ho had signed hut one resolution of tho common council that for the t innovation of a conta gious disease hospital during a smallpox scuro Tho popular outcry was for promptitude and tin was for popularity Every other resolution passed ho had permitted to bccimo u law in thu oper ation of time without his signature That win u practice that enabled him to justify himself and to declare if wrong or fraud wero out cluuged that It was tho he had not sanctioned It practice of his predccesorH it is the policy of his succesKirs and will con tinue to prevail as long as thero is a premium on hypocrisy und the people uro quiescent Bluek said Hnymoud after read ing of tho appointment in thu first edi tion of tho papers for which he had waited at tho office of the registrar want you to hunt up the flics in relation to tho property nssessed to Ueorgo Loland My memory U that tho time in which it can be redeemed is about to expire A friend of mine Is interest ed you undcistand Hunt up tho date and huo It for mo tomorrow It expires on Inly H next It is now April 12 Something over threo mouths yet How do you know I went ovei tho books today Why did you take particular notico of thoso blocks usessed to Lolund They extend Into several wards and yon must huc overhauled as many Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ him self Hos not responsible for him- Â¬ Ho said tho next deed of conveynnco would have a narrow escapo trout boing filed by a thief echoed Raymond Thief books did Thlof repeated Black But Mr Raymond tho law Is with you Why tho property will bo yours in threo months timo I wouldnt mind him Thats true ho replied Ho loft his chair and walked up and down tho ollico apparently in bewilder- Â¬ ment Black did nut know how to hu- Â¬ mor him and dared not iuterfero with tho contemplations that vexed him Suddenly Raymond stopped Black he ordered telephone for a cab 1 want ono hero as soon as possi ble Let thero bo no delay Black hurried off to do his masters bidding for his master Raymond was Now said Raymond in tho self communing that guvo relief from the strain of half suppressed emotion I will seo Isabel this afternoon Sho must 1 will consent to an early wedding break Mangans heart Mother St Uer trudo herself must aid me or before this session of the legislature closes 1 will repeal tho laws exempting the buildings of her order from taxation Religious peoplo may bo scrupulous but they feel n blow at their financial standing no less keenly than others This meuns thousands a year to her work If tho circumstances demand it and if 1 put the screws on she and Is abel must weaken But thero will bo no necessity Isabel has half consented and Mother St Uertrndo knows my in Â¬ fluence too well to cunt it asido for sen- Â¬ timent Sho is too practical Mangnn cannot prove that Isabel Is Oeorgo Lo land s duughter if ho has thought of it at all Ill marry Isabel just to spito him and protect myself By tho gods I will Tho cnb enmo rattling up In front of tho municipal building under tho win Â¬ dows of tho office of tho registrar Black announced its arrival Raymond has tened out nnd when tho driver closed tho door said Mako your best speed to tho Con Â¬ vent of Mercy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER X SIANGAN AND RAYMOND MEET Mangan had written up tho descrip Hvo part of tho story Ho had another days work to do in hunting up tho his- Â¬ tory of tho property in tho deeds filed in the office of tho county register go- Â¬ ing away back to the Hollanders the earliest settlers on through tho trans- Â¬ fers undo J the English and Dutch char- Â¬ ters Ho took tho plots whero tho smaller pleasuro grounds wero to bo located Then ho turned his attention to tho largo tract whero tho great park wus to spring up liko a section of fairy land in tho metropolis embellished with ev- Â¬ ery beauty tho best landscapo artist could design Great heavens was his ejacula- Â¬ tion nnd ha drew up tho heavy volumo closer to hli sight whilo near bysearch ers looked at hfm as If ho had gono crazy Oeorgo Loland ho read calming Oeorgo Lnndl Strange A down coincidence thats alls inltl Tho lots wero nil owned by Qcorgo Lclnnd purchased at about tho samo timo from men whoso names weroJmown in tho history of tho connty ns thoso of people of quaint manners and methods Thoy wero men who lived in tho past Tho encroachments of the city jarred up-Â¬ on their country senses nnd though they had not much faith in tho greater de Â¬ velopment of tho municipality thoy feared it enough to sell out their home- Â¬ steads and move farther back from tho march of peace destroying progress The price placed upon tho land iu tho days when Leland bought it was not high Even in tho city peoplo had no lden that this tract would form several wards in the conrso of time This is not surprising to thoso who recall that when tho city hall in New York wns erected old materiul was used in tho rear bocuuse the building was on tho outskirts of tho town ana no ono bo HoVed that tho roar of traffic Would ever Tho rear Was not bo henrd behind it oven rough cast Tho pitjjietors of tho building Wero not adjudged thoroughly sane nnd had they dan d to intimate that any citi7cn would travel beyond and inspect it from a country viow thoy would have been hooted out of town Tho city today runs 10 miles nbovo tho city hall In Brooklyn which will yet form part of tho greater New York tho city hall was built to moot tho demnnds of tho growth of 100 years It failed to supply tho needs of 10 Tho munici- Â¬ pal building was erected later Still tho city fitrided out on Long Island nnd moio room was required in places of public business Thero aro eight largo buildings in that city today occupied by governmental departments and yet tho plen ant llttlo gentleman who has been doputy county treasurer for n quarter of a century James Gardiner romembers tho timo when if a claim was presented against the municipality tho treasurer put his hands into his pockets to see if thero was enough change in tho treas Â¬ ury to pay tho bill This year tho run Â¬ ning expenses of tho government thero will cost over 10000000 and tho city alone is rich enough to carry tho mag Â¬ nificent debt of QO000000 Can tho ciuso of tho remarkublo in- Â¬ crease in tho vuluo of the land Oeorgo Loland acquired SO years before bo bet Â¬ ter illustrated But was this Qcorgo Loland tho father of Isabel That was tho question forcing itself beforo Lnurenco Mangan It was a wild dream maybe but ho could not get rid of it So ho gathered all his facts together Ho went into tho board of assessment nnd found that Loland had not paid taxes Ho learned in tho arrears department that tho lands had been sold and tho skirmish ho hnd with tho registrar had been outlined by that worthy official in a way that leaves no need for repetition Mnybo this is Isabels fathor mused Mangan aftor leaving tho regi- Â¬ strars and at all events it will do no harm to run him down If ho is allvo it will bo n good thing to tell him that his neglect of tho taxes is about to cost him a loss of millions Ill seo Mother St Qortrudo again Thero may bo some- Â¬ thing she has not told me that will help mo in tlnsnflalr Mother St Ucrtrudo rccolvcd him as cordially as usual What uro you after now was her greeting Its hard to tell Well if you cant toll I cant Im sure I hope you dont want to seo Is- Â¬ abel I cant consent It is bettor for you not to talk to her again until after you come back from Denvor I do not euro to seo her until sho is willing to explain licrstrnngo conduct Then you hnvo given up Isnbol By no menus Im satisfied she will explain all when it suits her Meanwhile I will sparo her and myself tho agony of such n meeting ns tho last But if sho is what Im half inclined to think sho is I will smrender my clnim when tho ovidonco is all In as lawyers say and tho case is proved to be continued We Call the Attention Of LOUI8VirLE KY May 22 tb94 Shippers should mark all paokkgei plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTKR Choice country Medium Creamery KUU3 Fresh I1KANS Michigan hand picked ndlatm Nnry Old or Common and colored 1 1 the Public To tho fact that trade has opened up with a boom since wo filled our houso with a fresh now stock with tho latest styles etc We propose to continue tho boom through thiB season with unusually low prices and good goods instead of cheap trashy stuff liko somo will offer you and say it is as good as ours Wo buy all kinds of produce at high prices Oomo and seo us oarly and bo convinced in u 12 Qji in 20 ua 24 SUG 75 to HO 1 1 1 OU FEATHERS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Rootersper lb to to 1 85 81 20 35 25 15 25 nreentood HIDES 3 5 20 u 6 3J A 34 20 a POULTRY ft 3 214 7 50 strlA 7 I I 50 a 3 00 per doz DRIED AlPLEd AND PfcACHEaT Apples choice bright quarters 5J to Apples avsrag to 6 Apples old Peaches new 4 to 5 Peaches old WOOL Tub washed 25 26 Urease fine 16 17 Grease coarse 12 14 S 14 Merino 12 Hurry and Cuts 5 M 10 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow yA lieeswax ti 21 Sorghum Molasses 30 Ui 35 HAY ORAIN PEED We quote prices to day on Loulivllle city liens per lb Spring Chickens ii M MEYER a tor me CO BTJRAS I B ZY The Best Shoes Lust Money jtmmfl yn IBM DOUGU FOR GEHTLEMEH wharfi OATS No 2 oat 32 36 3 SHOE S5 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw HAY 10 SO 13 00 11 00 to 12 00 10 00 U 00 5 50 4 75 i S3C0 S2G0 S2for Workingmcn S2 and 175 for Boys LADIES AND 4 and S350 Dross Shoo Pollco Shoo 3 8oloo MISSES CORN Choice while Choice sholled Good to CATTLE extra shipping Light shipping a 48 4 00 3 50 40 00 25 20 50 75 4 3 3 3 5 5 6 5 42K 25 75 65 Best Butcher 3 Medium to good butchers 3 HOGS 5 Choice packing and butchers 5 Fair to good Rough 6 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 gfcKSZ33fc i W SS-- nIW -4 25 40 25 75 00 UTHISISTHE lHh JsafaaHi a a BES C Juk w4P nnpn WVAmmIvkx I -- NSsfck XWfV S3 CAUTION If but dealer offers jou V L DouRtna shoes at a rctlurrd jiriie or nnvsioliantiiem with- WBV out ciio numo atniiipcil win milium jiui mm - S250 S2 SI7G v aonn asnrrauu m T- SHEEP extra shipping Fair to good Good to 2 75 1 50 3 25 2 50 LAMBS Good to extra spring to good Fair 4 50 4 75 2 50 a 4 00 5PEEDY and LASTING RESULTS I 2111 iiaSlUTILT V cJJlsure any injurious subtUnce L torn FATPEOPLE No Inconvenience Simple T llw S ASB011IH3 BIStr0 tas We GUARANTEE a CURE or refund tour money Trim JfToo per bottlo Send 4c lor treatise r usoi flUr J O W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting nnd give betterÂ¬ satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make Try one pair and be convinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars nnnuallv to Jhn wlin nenr them Dealers u ho push the 6ale of V L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods Thoy enn nftorU to sell nt n loss profit snil we belloiH you can envo money by buying nil your footwear of tlio dealer ntlvef Used bolo vuuiiuguu iruu upou application w Sj UUUULA3 iiroclclon Moss CllKMONT DimnCAL CO Boston Mots SULZERS GREGORY CLOVERPORT M McG lotlilan fc Co unionstar ky KY OLOVERPORT J D BRASHEAR CO WHARFMASTERS KENTUCKY BANK OP TOBACCO BUYER Also Wholesale and Itctall Dealers in Capital Stock 825 000 Thero is nothing I have ever used for Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling Surplus 7 600 Long Brick Houso muscular rheumatism that gives mo as Shingles Laths Lime much relief as Chamberlains Pain Balm B F BEARD President Hair Cement Orlck does I lmvo been using it for about CLOVERPORT KY WILL MILLER Vice President Doors Sash and Blinds two years four bottles in all as occasion M II BEARD Cashier and all kinds or Building Material required and always keep a bottlo of it Desires to seo all tho tobacco Q W BEARD J in my homo I believe I know a good farmers of this and surrounding MORRIS ESKKIDUE I - Dlre tor Sole Agents for I R M JOLLY thing when I get hold of it nnd Pain country Homestead Fortilizoro and Troy INTEREST PAID ON TIME Balm is tho best liniment I hnvo over DEPOSITS met with W II Denny dairjman Bone Meal Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice New Lexington Ohio 50 cent bottles Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled 50 cents at Uabbagus for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Meador Co Hnrdins 2STO burg Ky 22 TAR FORK Susan Bates is very low at bresent Thomas Keenan is convalescent now Taking Uffoct Thero will bo threo graves decorated At 600 oclclc A U Snadaj Dec 17 1893 at Taula grave yard SOth day of May A very good Sunday School is boing Wilt Bound Traint Eatl Bound Trant 51 52 conducted at Tar Fork May tho good 63 M Mall A Mall work continue Bxprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr Wo have tho Ball Town precinct back Dally Dally Daily Dally again and we aro going to poll a large 630pm 7 45am IvUnn 12 aOpn ptar 12 45pm 8815 Kentucky St 30 8UU 0 43 vote in November 11 Wain 735 7 25 8 40 West Iolnt Mr L C Taul has bought a farm from 730 1147 730 8 43 Howard Hoc Haven 714 7 47 900 111 Mr B II Bates nnd son near 0 W Long Ilranch 1124 707 907 7M 668 Ilrundcnburg UllS 917 Stones store He is a hustler on the 804 6 48 1107 K ron 9 21 HU farm as well as in tho scool room 6 40 106J 21 8 Guiton 9l 1060 630 Irvlngton 945 Thero nro several crops of tobacco in 830 10 41 614 964 Webiter 838 10 SJ 6l Lodlburg this section unsold Wo can not work 8 45 1004 10 25 1014 567 Tierce 865 10 20 at a new crob of tobacco until wo got the uo 662 10 20 Sample 6 45 1011 Stcphensport 1028 old ono away So wo would bo glad if 9M 10 Oil 6 40 10 3J Addison 914 10 0J 536 103d Holt 917 you would send us a purchaser 6 24 9 48 10 60 Cloverport VI TIME SCHEDULE SAMANTHA at the WORLDS FAIR Alltns Joslah 00000 COPIES SOID 1HRBE Oil Wiles r pages MOMTkR LttS 1 ew Ucik IN THAN oerliU llluitrailom handsome binding UMi Y im r iHMJ Jt5v YOU CAN MAKE MORE bamanlha AGl NTS on niv way linme than In ty stlHnn the Way isifvsvW g fafH- f like hoi cakes Took seoi tetn orders this morning Thirty one nainei taken to day Ts tcci nlli Itid Irerr ert vintt lt Price uyoiaiior inrougn agents Cloth K Hall Kiissla II Ou Handsome proiectui ami nullil H -- SCiiJ u Kvii nan n iimiiun routes inre 10 oe 6f wrViV sold Will sell all this veir Goo I livn OK TD mmviy agents earn S 10 slmi cr wiek Write at TLAI IS1MIE once or term to agents Bumanthix UnU tki Dult 0 Vmgua N Q HA MILTON THE PUBLISHING CO SOS AROADE OLEVELAND O Rm lniLU 1 squares wht It gets H LlltlIIderi iliout Srwv4ilL vO If in A 1 jPfiWB 7 sWymWJyl uwi J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BKOOKa 924 9 31 Blood Poison Aftor Approach of Doath New Ufa by Taking Hoods I - 1 Tho promptness nnd certainty of its 9 43 11 05 SI Iman 933 11113 922 Hawesville 964 cures liavo made Chamberlains Cough 1002 914 1124 Pctrle 908 1130 10 07 Falcon Â¬ Remedy famous It is intended especCayco 904 1131 1012 ially for coughs colds croup and whoop- Â¬ 1018 Lewfsport 868 1140 8 40 Towers 103S 11684m ing coughs and is tho most effectual 10 48 12 12pm 825 Pates Owensboro 815 1222 remedy known for theso diseoses Mr 1059 802 1333 Mattlngly 1109 O IJ Main of Union City Pa says 1114 1238 754 Griffith Stanley 761 2 42 1119 I have n great salo on Chamberlains 1125 Worthlngton 7 43 260 7X5 Heads 1267 Cough Remedy I warrant every bottlo 1131 Spottsville 108 1145 73 and have never heard of ono failing to UMpm 114 lias ettt givo entire satisfaction 50 cent bottles 1210am 130pm arIIcndersn lv 706am for Bale by A It Fishor Cloverport Ky and Kinchcloo Meador Co Hardins LousvineHadlnsburgWestern burg Ky 1063 Shops 9V 621 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO 6 09 4 69 4 61 445 4 42 436 420 408 4 00 3 47 3 41 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON 337 330 323 316 310 265pm STOCK YARDS RATES c PER 0AY LOUISVIL i KY R R WILLOW PAJE No 3 TIME TABLE TAKING EFFECT JULY 20 1801 -- SsmTSkteaa- - Mr tfm J areenholtM Baltimore Mil For four years I was In Intense suffering With an abscess on my UiUb It discharged freely anil serera times four weeks and then It was I began to take Hoods Barsaparllla I soon got ou lay feet but wa very weak and went to the Maryland University hospital where they said my trouble was chronlo blood poisoning and gare mo llttlo hope I reÂ¬ turned homo and continued taking Hoods I hare used six bottles and the abscess has enÂ¬ tirely disappeared and J bare been In hp Pieces of Bone Game Out last February J had to tako my bed for Fine Health Ever Since I know If It had not been for Hoods Sarsapa rllla I should be In nty graye I hare gained la weight from 117 a year ago to 10 pounds to day I praise Hoods OmntMHOiTZ Ustousasss HoodsCureSv 1811 - garsaparlltA for It all Ww JC IlanoYK fj BaluWe Md Heeds PMIe ewe mumU Uw lilt oeotUpaUos akktwaiaahe ladlgsstion Items aro Bcarco rhis week Bait Hound Trilni Weit Bound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally Health is good in this community STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No t No6 No 1 Most of tho farmers aro dono planting 1100am Iv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am corn in this vicinity Garfield 820 1140 800 llnrncd 1165am Clarenco Hnynes made n flying Mr 7 40 Hardlniburg 1212 Kirk 12 48 710 trip to Louisville Tuesday 1 00 00 Jolly Glendcane 640 118 Mrs Fred Key was in Louisville sever- Â¬ Dempster 630 125 al days lost week shopping ar Kallilloughlv 610 145 S37 Kockvale 220 Dr Wm Crutchor of West Point was Kuth 526 232 618 Asklns 244 DPRITCHEY J 5ir at Mrs Sue Haynes Monday Oaks 600 269 MANAQCII 330pm ArKnriliville Iv 4 45m Mr nnd Mrs W II Smith wont o Garnettsvlllo Thursday on business THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIR LIKE Misses Alllco Roso nnd Katio Withers L BASTLR R attended church at Garnettsvillo Sunday SHORTEST QUICKEST Mr Willie Perkins and Bister Etta AND BKST LINK TO spent the evening Monday with Miss Fannie Haynes COPYRIGHTSAND ALL POINTS A number of young people from Vino CAN I OtlTAlN A PATENT for to eronips answer and an honest opinion writs Grove woro at the mouth of Otter creek M II N N Ai CO who hare had nearly dhy years Oomnianleey iperlenoe In tne patent btult fishing Saturday tlous suUMIy oonlldentUL A llniidbooUotln Cud h Effect July 31 1892 Tint loraiatlon oonoernlng Intenle ana now to otw Â¬ Bro Cherry pastor of tho Branden tala tbem sent In Also a oataloaua W sassaaa-LooIstIIU Bi05 lascienunaDnosssenirrea burg M E church and his little daugli Lt St Louis TtlO am8il pm4tlV pa oi4J a m pm lUtsnts taken thrown Munn A Op reealTa An lttOOpn seeetat Botloeln the Hclentlfle Auierlrnu and ter Mary i were in this community Mon- Â¬ KraniTllle liM aught widely prprllM puWlowith mum an For farther laformaMoa aall ea or address edM 10 the IntMtor This sftVeodld day and Tuesday Come again Bro Itinsii m4It ihiui t sumtaL Su br rI A CAMPBELL R Mroulattoo ot any soianUM work Cherryand make your visit more lengthy flanl Pass Agt St loeli Mo J a Tear aamaM ot yr 8incl Inf Mdltlou mouCbly I j CAHPiELL wth us Oiitaia bmi J1 niBU mturr Ml D V A TibIstI1K rawis or new pMfc in wwni t TIeket 0ee 8 W Cor Third AMala BSraeee wr uaMtmMeOair Dr Prices Crewm Bstkkig Pewdf I wlivlUe Ky St iOOnitxyrtoHK i ISSHiADWAT WArLSa Vmlr srsfvSrP Infwsn spssnj Blnlnwie Ma41 aJ vpwsawwo W 9 W E i - Joui s Y1LLE Ky K St Louis Evaniville West and South West W wt Sirff 4 - -- iii nmWH 1iJglllltiiililH1WgWllftlJWIlWWMNWIM - pw0t Lm vuaVVO r v iMMMiHhMM - VV fSr JL SIROCCO r iCi ry 7vyrWir f palm of her hand tho licks leaving n DAVY CROCKET a red spot hero and there causing her Cut worms nro playing havoc with littlo dimpled face to present tho appear Â¬ WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1894 The point about this offer In one that ever corn in this section ance of n peach whlo sha angerly Some Reminiscences of Ills Tennessee Xlfe A Bear Hunt Grave of vociferated O dst skeeter dat skeeter Married In Louisville tho 1st Inst Mr botly who ever bought Furniture or Carpets THE CANDIDATES wont let mo lone Then Sirocco would Mrs Croket WjirbTnUh jo Miss Flora jtlth Wo submit tho following not because fall back and give vt nt to jxal after in Louisville and had the goods shipped Died at his homo In Mauekport Ind of tlio bcnuttful poetic Bcntlinont the BMBsaaaaaaBa aaaaMasssBBanin In South Central Tennessee find In MoaaMMnaHMi tho 5th Inst of pulmonary consump- Â¬ peal of laughter that would cause pcoplo home fn the country will easily sec Its a rhythm orrhymo It contains but bcrausb on tho streets to rush in to lentil what Fniliklin county about thirteen mjles tion Mr Wllllo Gwartney of its truth and good advlco for tho Ko tho excitement was about Irom Winchester tho county seat there big item nn item BIG ENOUGH to in Miss Maud Joncs Gcntrovllle Ind is While ditftlng It la written by publican candhlatcfl oer this worlds broad way Is a placo called Bound Mountain and if Is now languish- Â¬ expected to arrive at the homo of Mr Ifow often will our thoughts recall llttcnce a purchaser in OUR FAVOR were tho rich nigger who wo were called on to drscrlbo the place away ing In ho Hanlinsburg Jail awaiting Marshal Drown tho 17th Inst for nn in- Â¬ The scenes that time has rolledall we would Just Bay that there Is one And hurled from the reach of there no OTHER reasons But theres ONE transpbrtfltioif under a sentence of two definite visit Sirocco is not averse to mountain oil top of another mountain No Nancy Ho Is n good Kpast Sirocco Shucks you dont years In tho penitentiary MORE Its this We sell gooes on COM Â¬ children As A bachelor I supiKwe I It to ns near as we could estimate about Democrat and it seems to be a pity that roast Sirocco with fox lire he nlnt built must ho nn pxreptlon to tho general rule lltHI feet nlNive the level platt that Ills MISSION as AGENTS for the FAC Â¬ that way he Is a homo thief but really I am fond of children nnd back in Southern Tennessee To the v Mr Vltltam Ahl Having been railed like Bntiguos lovo to see them reveling In their child Â¬ top of this mountain two hunters were TORIES Wc ask no profits over the You bare no show at all Ghost I steal forth hut unlike it being ish simplicity niid never knew a child to wending their nay one morning ubout Yclir rtj put Jou In tho race factory price We are continuously hand- a woman I como not speechless As you the year 1814 looking for game and just express a dislike for Sirocco AnJ jou can plainly ee you had como say I was a child onco myself and havo as they reached the summit they saw a Babbler dont you wish lintr consignments of nil elnssp nf imnilt You have a doubtful place liko Banghos Ghost and mado a tableau no cnuso for being ashamed of my child Â¬ bear coming towards thiin Both mm You UVe a fools advice some of the finest merchandise on earth arid of yourself Ha ha SEE hood was as frco from guile ns tho aver Â¬ mado ready and fired on bruin but as And withdraw Ilbv Funkhouser and wife of Little age child and havo made It a rule is generally tho case failed to reach a THE If you do not some of tlte cheapest which have been put Hock Ind visited Mrs Funkhousers through llfo toconauct myself in a gen- vital spot and tho beast smarting from SPOINT Tou will be into our hands for IMMEDIATE SALE at mother Mrs Elizabeth Current last tlemanly manner If In writing for the wounds niadonthisadvcrtarics Butono Thonortt beat man week The county ever saw press my effusions seem harsh or man by thu namo of Hatchet overcome whatever prices you arc willing to pay for For Mr Allen Murray Tho mud was terribly stirred up be uncouth the duplicity is only for tho witli fear turned and lied down tho side a judge of law It them In such cases the purchasers get the tween Jabez Haynesand George Browns sake of variety which ntnuseB many of the mountain leaving his comrado to And tho Jth Inst It seemed liko somebody whom tho even tenor of ones way would deal with the bear single handed Mr J 0 Cunningham ENTIRE BENEFIT nnd the factories stand was trying to play a game of April fool not interest I have been suspecting there It Was with no eye to witness and I am lorry for youj for some time that Preston was the samo nothing to depend on but his own hands with eaie the loss Mrs Emit Miller spent last week in TRY THIS WAY OF BUY I will tell you Mr Carlt me do pleaie Indiana visiting friends Her husband identical Nancy Hanks that used to that Davy Crocket killed the bear On ING Write if youre not coming to Louis who accompanied her over there only re Â¬ write such interesting letters to the a tree that stood near tho spot ho cut his Jake It In time gee your leaden and reilgn villc mained several days on account of the Messenger and now I know It and sin- name and the date but the treo U gone When you do come come to head- Â¬ Andnpw li the time many demands on tho farm at this sea- cerely hopo she will continue to serve us nnd thoro is nothing left to mark the quarters spot save the memory of tho older In Â¬ If you wait till November the news in her own good style son of the year Ulcnardion will have habitants of that section About two Gough Grinnell Ick nnd Johnie The office Tho vast facilities of tho J C AyerCo miles north of that mountain down beHaynes Brandenburg were outlast week of Lowell Mass enable them to place Tbe county will pay him two mountains where the sun Is - The swag visiting at Mr Marshal Browns nnd The Superior Blood purifier Ayers Sar- tween in sight but half of the day where a cool your party locating tho Ark The boys said they saparilla within easy reach of tho poorAnd leave you and spring runs out from a ledge of rock aud were going to call on Mr Noah and in est invalid Chewing of the rag Dont bo induced to take n at that time many miles from any settle- Â¬ Agents spect the interior of tho ark cheap substitute Always remember ment was young Crockets camp nud Look out Mr Sbdnnn Hopes that wero bright several weeks that the best is the cheapest DeJernette li on the boatj west of this camp about three miles in a 438 440 W Jefferson ago In regard to the prospects for apples And If It were eft to prisoners beautiful spot shaded from tho rays of 439 441 443 W Green J have degenerated into a stato of dejected You would not get a vote DOTES ON NIGHTMARE the sun by beautiful evergreen trees a Of all that glitters gold is not ness ThUli what L will tell yon place known as tho Hatchet Grave yard said Joslah Allens wife or was it Allen Before you farther advancoj lie tho remains of Davy Crockets wife Has Cultivated a Taste for Skoery nickel said that Well it matters not it was I would not give a Some fifty paces from the above spring Dreams andEats Big Suppers For your November chance said by one of cm so its all in the fam- Â¬ nnd near the bank of Ko creek stands a ily Braco up folks Oh why doth tho on Purpose beech treo with Davy Crockets name Mr Fate spirit of man feel sad Strawberries You put In your bid Abner J Bctlethorp tho wealthy wall- Â¬ carved in the bark date lSIl will soon bo ripe and after them comes Too late KlIlK paper manufacturer Painted Post who blackberries next watermelons and then Thli county will go is stopping at the Gilsey House is in whoop co persimmons and possums Democratic straight There is no city In the United States way a decidedly unique personage whats the matter with you nil any how one The people lay Mr F K Hhodes exempt from tho dangers of maleria Sitting in tho lobby of tho hotel yester- Â¬ la los Lodiburg tho reason that we see day afternoon with ex Congressnian Ayers Ague Cure neutrnlizts all mias If you are bound V alike anil why you cant see as others Kinsky of Iowa Dr John Mendenhiirg matic poisons WT Tii have a job do is because you havo to look through nnd several other friends lie discoursed You bo TO THE READERS OF so much muddy water that it almost eloquently on the delights of GARFIELD the night- Â¬ Ills boss hides everything else Kirk man IrjnayjBQuud absurd ho said He will rldo you to town Kirk those jeoplo got that muddy Mr E Gray and wife visited their soil but it is nevertheless an absolute fact And hitch you to a limb water in their eyes following Christ Let that I fairly gloat over a first class ghast- Â¬ Thomas a few days ago As soon as he gets through us hear from another sanctiflcatioust ly hair raising llesh creeplng nightmare Mr John Harned nnd wife visited here With bis business Wo luive your views now on tho vine Ho will mount you again AmLIm an expert In inising them too last Saturday and Sunday Baptism tho Lords prayer nnd He will ride you then Tho reason I enjoy them is because I Miss Fannie Harrington of Custer We have mado arrangoments with the publishers bf Give us something else to digest Till your back possess tho power of partly regaining was in town shopping Monday lets soro Dr Clark of Louisville a former Lex conciousness as the terrifying climax Mr W T Gregory wife and littlo sou And then you will be ingtoniau who was in our midst last approaches and sort of standing asidoasa Grove visited his parents last week A Democrat week and has recently been in Lexing- Â¬ spectator as it were and enjoying my Forever more Miss Lydla Macy was at homo visiting ton inform me that the people in gener Â¬ own hideous fix This is a cultivated al of the Blue Grass region are terribly power and has only como to me by slow her parents last Saturday and Sunday Mr Iteuben Miller r v He v II C Hook tilled his regular apdown on Breckinridge nnd that ht has degrees but so thoroughly have I grasped lam surprised at you To undertake a job no more show for re election than a hog it that I now look forward to my night Â¬ pointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday To supply the consecutive weekly parts of this great serial at You know you cannot do has How can it bo otherwise with an mares with the keenest curosity and Misses Katie Board and Letitia Frymiro It would be the best thing Intelligent class of people delight For a while I am as utterly visited friends at Hardinsburg last week For you When my letter came out week before unconscious ns any dreamer but as the What has become of tho Bewloyvlllo i You ever done last it reminded me of a kite which hav Â¬ situations wax more and mote unpleasant correspondent Some one wake the To resign ing como in contact with a cyclone lost and tho m are begins to gallop faster and boys up llcfuro the race Is run The publishers price is 25 cents but we aro determined to give tho readors of the Bueckenridci its caudal appendage I thought perhaps faster toward the finish of her career I Mr Milton Hoard llov Carman preached a very Inter- Â¬ News the samo advantages that aro offered by tho large city dailies and accordingly at considerable that Babbler had gotten hold of it and begin to bo dimly awaro that Im all esting sermon at Perrins school house Is a Judge of law sacrifice on our part we have arranged to supply OUR OWN COUNTRY moon but it camo out right and then my fun begins in won- Â¬ the first Sunday pulled it into the on tho above terms And just as keen a Democrat alright last week Good thing ttiat the dering how it will turn out But there As ever you saw Remember Browns excursion to LouMr Hoard will win the wee The First Coupon will be biggest end of it was delayed it might is a flaw in my diamond for tho climax next Week Look for It isville Saturday May JO Only 1 00 Win it by fair means havo paralyzed Stephensport Golly I dont nrrivo ai I invariably get too wide for the round trip Now eave your coupons and dimes for wo have just what you want He Is opposed to giving OUR OWN COUNTRY wish I had a printing press of my own awake to permit it to reach that point Wednesday is always a lively day qt The darkies tally represented in more than wouldnt I make people howl and such where tho ordinary sufferer from night Simply because they are green mare awakes in a cold perspiration just this placo as the people all gather in to fun get the News It is always a welcome I dreamed a dream the other night My work keeps mo so bnsy I cant get as the three headed pink and green When every thing was still terrapin opens its Jaws to bite his head visitor out to hear much news wouldnt have Mr Hoard was riding Miller intered tho columns this week had it not off or ho slips off tho skysail yard of a Up a llreckenrtdge hill OAK RIDGE The grandest and most beautiful thing you over saw Published in 20 cunsecutivo numbers for only 10 been for the purpose of thanking my forty masted ship sailing over an ocean Mr Miller said to Board pf boiling tar cents each FirSt number ready next week Items of interest are scarce friends Brandenburg Lodiburg Bewley My back Is getting soar Wedding Wedding Bells Every family in America wants and needs OUR OWN COUNTRY Others may do as tbey pleace villerestoiund Gypsy Maidof tho Mes-Â¬ Mr Bctlethorp then went to the and it is a splendid present to Mon aro most through planting corn But I am a Democrat senger for their compliments of which restaurant to eat a cold lobster larded send to your friends across tho ocean Sugar Treo Run you should write Forever more I am at a loss to find words suitable for ex Â¬ with trunks boiled in tobasco sauce QcoiKie Wabiunuton IUndolhi pressing my appreciation Such un- which he said would assure a most de- Â¬ more often than you do New Seems as though somo of our girls are varnished praise from the best of corres- Â¬ lightful dreamland adventure Mail and Express getting very Mercerful Hoods Sarsaparilla is absolutely un- pondents is indeed encouraging to one York Miss Angie Chappel contemplates vis equalled as a blood purifier and strength Â¬ who is situated in the rural districts It is America Photographed Reflected Pictured and Descrihod from Alaska to Florida and from HUES RUN iting Concordia very soon ening medicine It is tho ideal spring where tho facilities for gathering news Maine to Texas It is not all Scenery nor all Houses and Streets hut it is America Mr II Bashain nnd wfio nttemled aro fraught with difficulty Tliero was a large crowd at church Sun- Â¬ medicine Try it church at Raymond Sunday as you would see it Rejected in a Mirror Oh yes I wanted to straighten up that day Mr and Mrs John Brown nnd daugh Â¬ baby business too Farme s aro having nice weather for ter visited Mr M Chappel Sunday lreston Preston My stars woman work IN AMERICA AND AMERICA IN Mr Proctor Knott was the guest of Mr John Bates aud Miss Maggie Tin dont talk so loud Theyll hear you all Miss Ida Norton Sunday as usual Jin Ehitoik While sojourning for a over Meale county That was all a joke ius of Cloverport wero at church Sun- Â¬ Mr Sash Avittand Miss Mattlo Cash- - History Geography Scenic Wonders Famom Places Glorious Landscapes Everything about America time among the creatures of humanity I in regard to tho littlo ones I declaro day American Scenery American Homes and Home Iifo Celebrated Historical Localities tho Indians and man wero tho guests of Mr 0 1 Avitt Miss Zoa Johnson was tho guest of her it was I only wrofo It for the sake of made some observations which I wish to their Surroundings Wild Western Scenes Character Sketches Photographed Our Great Battlefields amusement My sentiments nnd those aunt at Hardinsburg Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Sunday dedicate to tho readers of your paper Mr It T Avitt wife and Mrs 0 L of Gypsy Mnld run in tho samo channel day accompanied by her brother and and their Monuments Homes of Colebratrd Pcoplo Places where Great Events have occurred Finding your native people tearing Mr Charlie Hawkins Avitt went to Brandenburg shopping Hackwardl turn backward oh time In your in Our Countrys History Wonderfully and Gloriously Beautiful Beyond all Conception down the altars and stoning and slaying Kht Saturday tho prophets liko Elijah I bid in the Make me a child agalnjust for lb night Ono of our Bachelors made his appear Â¬ cave and looked for the Lord to appear In Voices resound from a neighboring shore ance at church Sunday with his best girl WORK Cray fur a stock law dont ask for more STANDS ALONE tho whirlwind tho earthquake nnd the while going nlong ho turned his cart Is altogether a mistaken idea of That Ire But tho Lord was in neither but over Look out or you will still contin- Â¬ Majestic Mountains Roaring Cataracts Watorfalls About 18 months or two mora Wondrously Beautiful than a Poets Dream in that still small voice that whispers yours in regard to any malignancy existue backing yours ngo my wifes health guvo ing between mo and tho littlo ones wildofing Canons Charming Valleys Picturesque Lakes Famous Cavorns Spouting Geysers whatdoest thou hero Mr Leo liaslian nnd Miss Dee Allen way nnd sho grow steadily I found your natiyo people trying to If Btich was tho fact never- again would wero united in the holy bonds of matri- Â¬ i 6 iiuuioo vurgreun r orresis oconteu witn tno rineapplo and woreo She could not rotuin Photographer grow strange fruit all kinds of melons I hang up n sign tno Orange- Everything that is Nocessary to Composo a Comploto and Splendid mony at the residence of the brides fa scarcoly Anything she nto and baby pictures a specialty and fruits on one vino and fearing I was ther Mr John Allen Rev I 0 Arga tho enso finally nsnumud tho Many times I havo sat up and laughed where I in Tho World of Chanco bright officiating vorst form of to till tho tears would roll down my face havo never desired to be I returned At tho end of tho regular Bories of 20 numbers there will be u DYSPEPSIA and CHRONIC watching my partner who was a mar- Â¬ While Mr T J Rlchey of Altona tho cavo but tho Volco says Go forth DIARRHUM ried man nnd boasted of four littlo Mo was trafellug In Kansas ho was and hero I urn again in your country and she boenmo a helpless inva specimens of wedded lito poso tho dear taken violently ill with cholera morbus where chanco is still at work lid At the ago of 18 I had her Ho called at a drug store to get somo In a town of 200 inhabitants there are littlo tots of customers who pretended under tho treatment of a good medicine and the druggist recommended two or three conflicting doctrines taught to know more about tho urt of posing physician but his efforts to ro representing such famous scenery as the great Natural Bridge of Virginia tho Falls near Warm Springs and in a than tho artist hiuuvtlf whoso peculiar Colie Chamberlains from the samo Holy Word Cholera and Va liovo her wero of no avail So gyrationsdetermIned stubbornness causÂ¬ Dlarrhwa Remedy so highly he con- Niagara Falls tho Grand Canon of tho Colorado in all its wonderful and glorious colorings j scenery in the town of 1000 Inhabitants may bo found aftor matters had continued cluded to try it Tho result was im Â¬ Rocky Mountains io the Bluo Ridgo and Alleghany Mountains characteristic Southern scenerny ifcc five or six so called evangelical churches ed great beads ot aggravated perspiration thus for 8 or 10 months and all mediate relief and a tow doses cured reproduced in tho holding opposlto and conflicting doc- Â¬ to stand out liko hanging drops of ruin my wife lind givon up to dio I While M using tho samo version of from his sophisticated brow him completely It is made for bowel trines yot all took the enso in my own hands COLORS OF NATURE complaints and nothing else It nover scriptures tho same bible and perhaps working at Bellovue Miss by myself a and purchased a bottle of Dr all preaching on the samo day as many spirit of mirth got tho better of mo ono falls For salo by A R Fisher Clover by the now and beautiful Solar Printing Kings conflicting teachings from tho samo evening when some ladies camo into my A sample of theso elegaut Process port Ky and Klncheloo Meador OUR OWN COUNTRY Co Coupon No I Burely These things gallery bringing in with them several Holy Word colored views will be enclosed with each ROYAL OERMETUER Hardinsburg Ky ought not to be cony of Portfolio No 4 Bo sure to get bogan giving it tolior in water as small children one of whom a little girl la God tho author of confusion Wo this number An Index to Prosperity hot as she could drink it boforo read that God is not the author of con- Â¬ of some five or six summers was terribly We epoiid hundreds and thousands ot A veritable era of prosperity has struck dollars In edncutln our children but alt fusion but of peace as in all the church- Â¬ bothered by a mosquito making a dive aud after oaoh moul using u OLOVGIUUItT KV es of tho saints 1 Cor U 33 the Kentucky towns The exodus to tho books that were ever written about mild purgative occasionally on now and then The pesky Then whence theso divisions among at her ovary American people do not reuVct and re- Â¬ Clip out this coupon enclose it in an envelope the West to Louisville St Louis and retiring at night you Is not the word of God plain and fly seemed determined to have Its pic-Â¬ produce them like these magnificent ivith 10 CIWTS IX SILYEll no stamps and address it Cincinnati has been a constant drain on Portfolios of Our Own Country Suffice it to say in loss limn when accompanied by tho Holy Spirit ture taken with the little girl who was a We sharner than a Two edited swon i tho surplus inhabitants and in the small cairnot all afford to travel and see the n wddk there vna perfect model of beauty possessing all inc nAiwHAL ah i uu security Building St Louis Mo i When Jesus said I am the vino and tho attributes of childish simplicity cities and towns tliero is enough employ Â¬ wonders and beauties of our native laud A VONDERFUL CIIANOU or send direct to the vuhlislter of this vaaer and thn JVu t ye are the branches it is plain from tho but for a few cents you can poewss a per Â¬ ment for all who desire it Judglngfrom l See could eat a littlo of any Â¬ following versa that he was Breaking lo Really tho subject was one that the fect photographic reproduction of livery vj uuji v vuuj XJii Pivcn above luitL ha fnruini n Individuals and not to churches for it most fastidious artist would havo been thing sho dosircd nnd today is tho appearance of our exchanges there 1s uuri oj America accomyameu uy a con your address by return mail Dont turite anything on this reads He that abldeth not in one and I pleased with Again and again I posed exceedingly good times in tho State tliiupus and splendidly written descrip a well woman Sho used alto Â¬ vuuiuii cvuvfb yuur aaaress in him etc The trend of all the saviours and focused my littlo subject and every Several of our estimable contemporaries uon smceu witn au ventures anecdotes gether possibly 4 of C Lotties teaching was unity and Paul rover rv legends stories of heroism great histori have enlarged notably the Glasgow cal events In my opinion ilut In vain do they timol would uttempt to unclose tho berates the same and Natures moat marvelous Name Times Breckenrdge News and Russell wonders worship mo teaching for doctrine Jhe shutter in my camera exposing tho plate aERHETUOR HAS NO EQUAL r commandments of men vllle Ledger others have acquired new full your neighbors and friendda about a littlo hand would go up whack Harry L Watts Winona MUs Post Office I eannot remain with this people as I buildings and new plants and all are this great offer and gt theiri to subscribe Mr Watts Is traveling aaesman fur II Z prefer to live where God reigns and whack would echo and re echo like for the JIhbckknkidcik Nkws NO Wso kerbler Co wholesale grocers New Orleans chock full of good juicy advertisements they can rules by laws Axed wise and merciful clapping two plates together as she rat all the counona as thev are at State Kings Roal Oormslusr Co AtUnUU Louisville Star Danouos Ghost would slap herself In the faee with the More Anon printed BreckenridgeNews WE PAY THE FREIGHT FOR - 200 It Â¬ MILES Â¬ ON Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE ET CETERA 1 Â¬ Â¬ CARPETS s MOORE CO Â¬ Â¬ Manufacturers LOUISVILLE KY Important Announcement THE BBECEMEIDGE NEWS Â¬ OUR OWN COUNTRY 10 CENTS VV c4 m m Â¬ Only and One Coupon per Number H Â¬ Published out v-l Â¬ - 5O0 Splendid Wonderful Photographs Descriptions Â¬ Â¬ It is the Story of Our Country and Its People YM OBSEIYJITIOnS EVERYTHING EVERYTHING HELPLES5 INVALID N00T1IE lip IT ii io IT Â¬ WS1 Be - SPECIAL GRAND PORTFOLIO OF WATER COLORS tful Â¬ r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS lXmi iJl tot jriTrn niuiinii rj hi w - f ii FVW i 7vt jyr- - -- p TTyT m Awarded Ugliest Honors Worlda IJkSwaJKmidStiiwlmMSSMJfVminyr r sfemSitaNmDciR Maws oiifrrii i f oiovfespfe k iv - n rsi in Ialr PERSONAL Mr Geo C Inttou went to louisvillo iMunduy W K Smart was in tho city Sunday to sen his Ma It V Woodp of Loulsille was In the Born BRANDENBURG to tho wife of Jeff Ditto n boy TrFiTTifyrrifuiMlii MM iiiiiiMiraTWTrini baby Mrs NOW r in mi to s tmmnmwmmrn v J Coppcrke hns returned from Ijiiixville Born to the wife of Mason McMonlglo a girl baby May II Dr and Mrs Frymlro of Union Star were In town last week Mrs Inuton of Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs McMonlgle Mrs Blddlson and baby aro visiting her sister Mrs I W Lewis Mrs R II Ncvltt and children visited relatives at Woodland last week Mrs Thomas Ditto and llttlo Virginia have had n pleasant visit to Hardinsburg Hon Chnpfm Wathcn spent several days hero Inst week attending to busi Â¬ Lizzie Rnwlings arrived last Thursday night somewhat Improved in health Mr Richard Newblll of Tell City was the guest of Mr C G Moremen last Tuesday Mrs Vrcelnnd of Chicago is visiting Mre Vrceland of her mother-in-lathis place I nm glad to hear llttlo Lydia Gucdry Is improving and hope she will soon bo entirely well Miss Annie Richardson of Meade Springs is spending this week with Miss Kuln Nenfus Miss Nellio B ness Miss A 1 k city yesterday Mr C M itiillctt of IiiiIbvIIIp was in the city Monday Vlclflmus Uasterlluld Burton was In tho city yesterday Mrs Gus Gibson is visiting relatives at Sample this week Mrs Thos Watkins spent last week visiting In Louisville MOST PERFECT MADE Mrs G P Nnpper is visiting friends A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free in Owensboro this week from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Mr Sash Simmons of Irvlngton was 40 YEARS THE STANDARD here lost week on business Messrs F J Ferry and C W Moor Â¬ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS man went to Louisville yesterday Mr J D BraBhenr went to Owensboro WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1894 Sunday and attended the Mills meet Â¬ F CREAM CAKING POWDER IS THE ACCEPTED TIME MBMBMiiiMMMHaMiMaBHnNBHMaMMMMiMMMBMiMMMHiMB And ours is the proper place to do your shopping for Mens and Hoys Clothing Our stock of Spring and Summer Suits ntul Trousers is simply grand and is nil our own manufacture which is a guar antee for excellence Wc have made our prices so low as to leave us just n very moderate piofit Wc A fair prolit is all we ask dont want the world Ours is the place to invest your hard earned dollars We give you value in return Â¬ Just Opened FOR THE SUMMER TRADE VX NEW NKW WWUUUMWHMWMK1WWUWWWWWUWWUWWMHW y 55 y X X r r 55 r fc Si V V V Jr V K r fc LOCAL BREVITIES V ings NEW NEW NEW NEW Fresh enkes just in Sulzers Ico cream every day nttlio City Bakery All kinds of cool drinks nt the City Bakery Fly screens largest stock In the city Sutlers New wall paper this week nt T F M Sawyers Wall paper 2J cents single toll at T F Sawyers If it is the correct style you will And it at Sulzers Rubber packing lubricating oils and oil cans Sudors Lcavo your orders for ice cream and sherbort at Iliedel Cos Protect yourself from flies hao us fit you up with screens Sulzers I liavo all styles of ladies hats except past styles Mrs II V Duncan Jriccs control purchases even low shoes arc In demand Sulzers Every piece of candy in our house is fresh just received Iliedel Co Nothing will ninko homo more com- furtablo than a new carpet Suiters Drapery Is the artistic touch to a room see our lino of lace curtains Sulzers Cream sodas lemonade milk shake ice cold sweet cider nt Iliedel Cos Dress goods nil similes new designs Keep posti d comu and see them Sul- Â¬ zers You will fall iti love with my beauti Â¬ ful hate Mrs II V Duncan the Mil- Â¬ liner Another big lot of fresh Fleishman yeast cakes the great high riertoday Sulzers Fine photographs all sizes and latest novelties made on short notice at Knights gallery For Rknt Two elegant rooms either Apply to furnished or unfurnished Jno D Babbage Prices that have thrown nil com- Â¬ petitors into a trance Mre II V Dun- Â¬ can the Milliner Miss Frankie Corbln of Sobree City was in tho city a few days last week the guest of Mrs J J Dyer Every body over on tho Branch is getting ready to tako iu Browns excur- Â¬ sion Saturday March 20 The corner stone of the new Catholic church in this city will be laid June 21 with appropriate ceremonies Special drives every day in the week at my millinery store My prices are al Â¬ ways low Mrs II V Duncan You cant help seeing tho popularity of our shoo department tho magnet that draws is the price Sulzers This little slap of blckberry winter is the severest ever known in this section and it hangs on remarkably well No extra charge for stylo at my store because I havo no last years styles to sell Mrs II V Duncan tho Milliner Bring your beautiful head to my mil- Â¬ linery establishment and let me fit it with a lovely hat Mrs II V Duncan All work at tho Cloverport Normal will be analytic and synthetic searching and exhaustive systematic and thorough The Katie went out of tho shops last Saturday with her now spring dress on Fred Uttlng is the artist who dressed her up Have you an oil or gasoline stove If not und you think you will need one come in and let us show you two good ones at a bargain Sulzers A freight train broke in two Monday night near Sample and tho rear end ran into the front end on n down grade but llttlo damage was done John Corrigan the man who lost an arm at tho Acme brick works last week is getting along nicely and will soon bo well again minus an arm of course A practical knowledge of at least the elementary principles of the Science of the Mind the most essential requisite of tho teacher will be given nt the Normal Emma Goldsmith tho well known young courtesan succeeded at lust in do Â¬ ing the suicido act at Owensboro one day last week Sho weut by tha mor- Â¬ phine route A complete steam threshing outfit will be sold at public auction at Gregorys warehouse in this city on Thursday May 31 Seo ad Commissioners Sale in another column The old boiler is being taken out of the shops to make room for a larger and In tho meantime wore powerful oue the power at the shops is being furnished by the Nine spot Dr Coltrell left on Wednesday for Mwuphls where the Genl Conference el tiie M jc cnurwi pouiu wrr semen He will go down to Hdleeiselppi on a visit tohUouly living etytar Mrs Susan H Mount who Uvea at Jersey Miea thence to Lake City Miss where he has an on Â¬ ly living brother Rev II B Cottrell TheDr fetbe eighteenth of family of twenty hroiheWaW aiMera all dead but Â¬ Mr Edwnrd Moser of Evansvlllc is In the city the guest of his sister Mrs Wm Hollleus Attorney W S Chelf of Elisabeth town was at tho Iloyser llouse Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs lloland Wadllngton of Stephensport came down shopping one day lust week Miss Florence Low is the plcuBnutlady clerk of Vests mercantile establish inunt is sick Father Niehaus went to Cincinnati Monday to sco his father and attend tho Musical Festival Mrs Harry Weaver went to Louisville Monday to visit her parents She will be absent a week Mr and Mrs John Gordnn of Cannel ton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles May last week I II Severs of Henderson was In tho city n few hours Saturday night enroute home from Hardinsburg Mrs F J Ferry who had been visit Â¬ ing a couplo of weeks in the blucgrass section returned Inst wcek Mr C J Felia of Addison was in tho city yesterday He is well pleased with his new home at Addison Mrs William Hollleus and Miss Vanda Carson visited in Owensboro Sunday and attended tho Mills meetings Mrs L 11 Helm Mrs Dr Nnpper Mrs Kobe Vaughn and sons of Steph Â¬ ensport were down shopping last Thurs Â¬ day Mis C P Babbago and son Pitts re turned from Louisvillo yesterday Mas Â¬ ter Pitts seems to bo much improved in health Mrs J B Randall and sister Miss Lee Furnall left Monday morning on tho steamer Congo to visit their old home at Belfre Ohio Mrs Randall will be gone about three months Tho following young couples from Clo verport attended tho entertainment at HardinsbUrg last Wednesday night Gor- Â¬ don Moorman and Lula Owen Percy Hopper and Bessie Hambleton Fred Fraize and Minnie Murray Hal Murray and Jennie Warfleld Roy Ilejser and I N OUR NEW NEW NEW WASH VJTOODS NEW NEW NEW NEW Department seo tho new JULIUS WINTER OLD RELIAHLE CLOTHIERS S CO ECornorThird and Market Sts Louisville Ky NEW NEW NKW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW Swivel Silks Challies NEW NEW NEW NEW NKW NKW NEW Ducking Percales Prints Lawns WMWWWWWWWWMWWWWWWWWWWWWUWWUWW 5 NEW NEW NKW NKW NEW NEW Jennie Murray- - Dangerously III Will Pierce of whoso illness mention was made in these columns last week has been lying at tho point of death with typhoid fever forsoveral days He was not expected to live through Mon- Â¬ day night but he rallied slightly early yesterday morning and was still alive yesterday evening though his death is looked for at any moment Will Plerco is a young man about 25 years of ago and is the youngest son of the lato R R Pierce i Murray Post G A It No 19 Department of Ken- Â¬ tucky Cloverport will hold decoration exorcises at Joo Tauls Breckenridge county May 30 1891 Good speakers will be in attendance Everybody is in- Â¬ vited to como and those who can possi- Â¬ bly do so are especially requested to bring their dinner nnd something for somebody else Tho ladles are invited to bring a full supply of flowers etc Tho Patesvlllo Post will be in attend Â¬ ance to assist in tho exercises and if the weather will permit there is expected to be a large crowd present Confederate soldiors are also invited to attend and tako part Wm 8 Galloway Commander Wm Ahl Adjt John Robinson Is ComingJohn Robinsons advertising car - ar-Â¬ rived in this city yesterday and now sev Â¬ eral thousand feet of bill boards aro cov- Â¬ ered with tho gayest of pictures of many colors and tho small boy of Cloverport is happy This great combination of shows will bo iere Juno Kith and as It is the first circus that has struck the town for a poriod of about Ave years you can oxpect tio whole community to close up shop on that day and go gun- Â¬ ning for fun The Hagood Case Tho witnesses in tho Hagood affair were before the grand jury last week and an indictment was made against Mr Hagood He was held on the same bond that ho had already given and his trial was set for ho October term of Circuit Court 55 V Y Si K Y V V Y S Y Y A A Y A A A f y A A 55 A V Vi Lewis hns returned ANOTHER ACCIDENT Board of Directors Meet home after a pleasant visit to Louisvillo The Board of Directors of tho Clover- Â¬ and Now Albany Gough Grinnell spent last week with port Paving Brick and ManufacturingÂ¬ Mr H L Morton Receives a Blow That Breaks His leg While at Charlton Ditto of Long Branch nnd re Â¬ Company met lrut Saturday and trans Â¬ By re acted business of Importance ports a grand time Work at His Saw Mill quest of tho board Mr F J Ferry with Â¬ Mrs 0 D Richardson and Miss Eva drew his resignation as General Super Â¬ Lost Wednesday Mr Henry L Morton of Ekron vicinity spent last Friday with intendent and lie was elected to ill tho whilo at work Mrs George Casperke at his saw mill met with board created by tho re Â¬ a sevcro accident vacancy in the wv- Judge C C Fairleigh and wife aro signation of President J K MeCracken VdjiMI Tho mill Is situated at tho mouth of spending several days with theirdaught C W Moorman was elected President upper Third street in this city and Mr Ciovkiuout Ky er Mrs John Radley of Elizabethtown and II A Oelze Vice President Morton is ono of the sawyers John Denton whilo painting Mr Jim Ho and one of his sons were working High School Commencement Coxs fence fell from tho ladder break at tho small saw making pickets ing his arm in two places Dr Pusoy Tho annual commencement exercises Mr Morton had started a picket i I set the fractures and he is doing well of tho Cloverport High School will bo through but before it got far enough for 1 Baptist church on Friduy his son to get Miss Mono Price has returned from held in tho hold of it tho saw pinched M College tho A Loxincton whero night May 25 Tho program is an in- Â¬ Mr Morton pulled tho picket back to teresting one and it will bo highly en Â¬ start it again when she has been a student in the Normal the rapidly revolv- Â¬ 3 c The graduating class con Â¬ ing saw caught and department Mona is delighted with tertaining it hurled it against Vol of Misses Bertha L Mnttingiy For Â¬ him with the school nnd made rapid advancement sists such force that tho blow broke rest May Moorman Salllo M Gregory his right leg a few Rii That tuneful melody Sweet Mareschal inches above tho baccalaureate knee Neil Roses Is always pretty but after nnd Nellio Simons The seeing some lino specimens from Mattie Mjrmon will bo delivered in tho Elm Tho lick was so hard that had it been by the eloquent Leo Moremene bush I can realize inoro street Methodist church on tho body or head tho chances are fully that just such beauties must have Rev Will M Burgess on Thursday night that it would havo produced Instant We now havo our Spring Stock of Furniture May -- 4 inspired tho composer of tho ballad death and it is by far tho handsomest in tho He was carried to Ills homo near by Tho M E Sewing Circle will meet at Closing Exercises Class Day High county and physicians summoned Doctors Sim Â¬ Mrs J W Richardsons room on ThursSchool Thursday Afternoon ons Watkins and Owen set tho disabled day afternoon Sho says if thero isnt a at 2 p m member and he is now doing as well as goodly number out shell bo suro to say Chorus could bo expected lather Once Moro Ho will no doubt bo Just because Im a Baptist Fill her Hunting u Mouse Procter Keith out again iu a few weeks room and go early and stay late of every description nnd nil varieties Austin lopham South Carolina Krneit lloyd A pupil of Mr Grinnell8 in writing Imitation Hurrah For Bill Minor Ircd Dlluy from Irvington to tho Messonger offers Taking Up the Carpet He Struck a Ilonanzu Tho Hon W E Minor of Breckon Jesse Willis mo sweet spiritual consolation I do not bcattered lllojioms Class Song ridgo county will enter tho raco for and cannot doubt Gods goodness and I Ilclnzls Address to the Homans Commissioner of Agriculture Grayson Willie Mullen in Oak and Walnut upholstered in plush know that He chastises in lovo but I Man Was Made to Mourn Wallie llihen is always glad of an opportunity to honor and Brussels freely confess Im utterly unconsoled rower Uovlous lichen tho boos of her next door neighbor and of Habit and nothing like comfort reaches me Idleness the rust of the Mind In lending support to Mr Minor wo Harry Hamman would bo honoring The twelth General Conference of tho ourselves likewise We Love to Make Sweet Music Chorus M E church South now in session at Mary Ityan An educated gentleman a practical far- Â¬ John Mavnard Memphis Tenn is engaging tho atten Â¬ Apple Ulossoms mer a man of decided ability and ster Â¬ Stella Mullen with French mirror on both washstaud and tion of tho entire church on account of ltalnbow Olivia Fallon ling integrity ho would make an ideal dresser Mabel Carson 1ootsteps of Angels tho many important measures to be con- Â¬ Commissioner of Agriculture Ho has M Mamie Dcllaven sidered and then tho conference is the Asleepatthe Switch Whistling Iarmer Hoy Clisi Song filled with distinction tho position of highest council of tho church and is an Daddys Hoy James Witt member of tho lower house of tho Ken- Â¬ executive legislative and elective body Pike County Wedding Albert Solbrlg tucky Legislature from tho county of Ladosca May One of the most interesting cases to be Utile Orphan Annie ftelson whero ho resided for many years of every style argued is that of Rev Sam Jones who The Charge of the Light Ilrlgade was n candidato for the democratic nom- Â¬ Susie Ileverly was deposed from the ministry becauso Catlllnci Defiance ination for tho senate in his district but A 11 Sklllman of Ids refusal to tako regular pastoral Lifes Voyage Class Song was dofealed by Gen Gross A Demollcssle Jarboe work It seems that these wandering The Last Prayer crat triod and true reverencing tho tra- Â¬ Margaret Sklllman lights must be amenable to some recog- Â¬ Aunt Dolefuls Visit with as mony crooks and twists in the legs Little mack eyed Hebel Pearl Perrigo ditions of his party an orator of consu nized authority and not free lance to Legend of llregenz as you will find any whero Itosa Ilyan mato ability Mr Minor if given tho attack church and ministry without fear The Wine Cup Marlon Downier democratic nomination for this ofllco Class Song would add or favor Tho Rev Sam thinks tho On the Old Kentucky Shore strength to tho ticket and Nellie Simons Bishops have too much authority and Our School Da s Class Prophesy Forrest May Moorman ably assist in carrying tho democratic has Insinuated that to tako from them Class Poet Grayson Gazette Sallie Gregory standard to victory absoluto appointing power would even Class Song and an assortment of Spring Wiro nnd Cot- Â¬ Senior Class Ucrtha Mattlngly matters The question of tho power of Address to Juniors Dont forget us when you ton Mattresses Bowling Green Business College Mary Ityan the Bishops and tho supremacy of tho Address to Seniors get ready to buy lrof II II Cherry of Cherry Bros Chorus clergy is not new by any means and Goodbye Bowling Green Business Collego and from the very first has caused bitter Southern Normal school was in the city Dr Cottrell Is 111 Very Respectfully struggles and it was this that caused Mondav in tho interest of that famous G W Short was called by tolo Mrs trouble more than sixty years ago and it gram to Russellvilio last Friday because institution of learning This is ono of promises to cause troublo again unless of tho sudden serious illness of her fath- Â¬ tho best schools of the kind in the state B F something is done speedily Then hero er Dr J B Cottrell while enrouto to and any of our readers who may con- Â¬ comes organic union with the Meth- Â¬ Memphis to attend tho General Confer Â¬ template entering such a school will do odist church North That is out of the Hardinsburg Ky ence of tho M E church South Word well by writing to Cherry Brothers for question and will bo passed over Such was received horo yesterday that tho particulars a thing may tako place in a generation or Doctor was better and was rapidly re- Â¬ two but tho road is long and difficult M IWSXgBfgKgfflrBBg q covering In thinking along tho lino it strikes mo that this great church failed to settle the A Master Mason subject of slavery but why can it not bo 1 Clovorport Lodge F and A M con Â¬ settled now V The body advocates arbi Â¬ degree of Mastor Muson on ferred tho tration but cannot settle their differences Â¬ Rov S G Shelly at a If you havo wool to sell bring it to us and get tho top market prices for that way could thoy a grand lesson tion Monday night called communica A largo crowd of it We will treat you fair wo will sell you goods nt tho would bo taught both by precept and Masons wore presont refreshments woro High or Low Grade lowest nnd give you tho highest price for our wool example If objected to the supremacy served and tho happy family of Musonc Dont buy u Hike of Bishops Id slide into a inoro Demo- Â¬ brothers did not break up till 11 oclock Till you sec what cratic church or Id stick and placo ofThe following visitors wero present 0 on my standard no Bishop no you like 0 Denny Ernest Rlnkle Chns Clark church Oscar Lee Titus Cummliigs Stephon The Commencement exercises of Rutherford Chas Sheldon and J II Bethel Collego Hopklnsville will tako Huncho Cannelton Ind 11 W Dowel place Juno sixth Miss Mary Taylor is Oil Vine Grove It E Woods Louisvillo one of the graduates and from hor I Are acknowledged lenders Wo play first flddlo on neckwear have receivod an invitation Mary is well and kindly known horo and all of Babbage Goods us hope sho realizes tho motto of her class Rowing not drifting and that Vgent she will coramenco tho voyago of life with a full determination to row steadily and dllligently in tho right Is ono of tho first signs of channel m Li mrJ It ItHWHtWMHWlHMUji 3R3555 Furniture Rocking Chairs 1 Â¬ Folding Couches Chamber Suits Side Boards Â¬ Center and Stand Tables Safes with Solid Glass Fronts Beard Go Wheel Horses WOOL Our Stock of Goods Consists Carpets Cloths Rugs Straw Matting Dry Notions Shoes - Columbian Loss of Flesh TWrM Groceries Tinware Hardware China Hanoock Democratic Candidates The Domocratio primary in Hancock county last Saturday resulted in the fol Â¬ lowing ticket boliiK placed in the field County Judge W W Taber Clerk Ben Poindexter Attornoy E E Kelley SherltfyGeo Lewie Assessor W H William Jailer David Butler Coroner John 8 Henry Surveyor Sterett Smith The ticket is a very strong one and is well distributed Am Change of Express Companies On June 1 at there will be a change poorhoalth Coughs Colds Weak Lungs DUeasod Blood of follow THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX Glassware Wo havo an immense stock of goods and we want to sell some of them now Wo want moro room In our store Como if you want to buy goods Itemember each ono that buys 1 one dollars cheap worth of goods with cash or marketing is entitled to a guess at tho Jar of Tins for tho elegant Dresser Clock and Toilet set Itemember the place Mm Many Persons th ftow vTifwk the express service on tho Louisville St Louis Toxas railroad At that time the United States oxpres whIch has been on the route ever since the road was built will be taken off and tho Ad Â¬ ams Express Company will take Its place Thp Adaine was formerly the only com- Â¬ pany through this section ithavingbeen on the Loulevllte A Henderson ptckeu for years but about a year ago it was ta Â¬ ken off that line and now it is to go on the railroad Judge Bullitt of Louisville was iu the eity Sunday enroute from Hardin burg semmmmmmmammmr Scotts Emulsion W U the tfo mwUnaej wliMlMU Unj sm --mm d Iwwm imhotss MMwf WW- - wlW ptMW BMMIM wttWMII Browns Iron Bitters or hot eholj tho Cream of Cod liver Oil cures all of theso weakness Â¬ es Take It in time to avert Illness If you can Phytielam the world over endorse IU sBr bf if Ml StthWK fSTTMMANHOOD lMrbaifo iip Jt5 JUblhjatolnti5ltr - uuw ASK FOR IT tVtsltaOvwictrtr iiiiiiVi Stephensport Ky OTweznton w- LIME CO NEFF oflrviMfta po Mr tMt4 outhfa fcirs ora immits um o lobMiip iuh - - naniw I wiiMMisl i or tii BfB4d WW ii a 4 II r Its m vrrlll sr IriUMUt AsktvrltUksiioqthfr lM-laA H UIIM u4hr OTa M MIM ttwiilsSr i otstof RESTORED ffKKSK tt KACIN r- - SP t i imc AJfc rt w 0 Highest of nil yw1 Leavening Power iiiliriiViSitoiii ijiiiiriirfyrtUxaggrr rrr i t4m4M f t -- m m 1 v wnwimut 0irtHv iAiiiWiittmmm ffi - x a - m fWUfimiiiiiiii iWgnmilWMIu Mim f I ifiiiiniiiii I i yT rr w wJWr5V-T7-- ffTiitr iWitnlrt nmiffaarwihiiMf vim BRomNiDcm rr frlWiiiiiHirrs tktmmyk mw Latest US Govt Bepott McDANlELtt Mrs Little Julggiiig is very fclclc Marcus Mattlngly of Kirk war Royal s BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY MAY Baking Powder WbST VIEW 3EW I Stofciilcii ere ABSOLUTELY PURE INEWS 23 1891 BEWLEYVILLE Miss Leah Inync is vifliling relatives near Hardinsbitrg Mrs llattio McCans is visiting her sister Mrs A Dennett Quarterly meeting nt tills placo the first Sunday wns woll attended Miss Laura Klder of Owcnsboro has heen at tho bedsido of her sister Mrs Benvin Mr Clinrlio llnrdanny of Hnnlin county visited his brother Mr J M Hardaway last week Several from this place contemplate taking in the entertainment at Ilardins burg next Wednesday night Misses Ida and Nettle Shumate of Hill Grove were tho guests of Misses Victoria and Ollio Payne Sunday Messrs Ilerco Hardaway and Itoy Cain and Misses Blanche Jolly and Mary Stanford attended church at Uig Spring Sunday Miss Dcttie Drury went to Hardins burg Wednesday She will take part in an entertainment to be given at that placo Wednesday night Mrs Julian Dcnvin died nt tier home Wednesday night May IHh Shu had been conllned to tier bed neoral months with consumption but bore her Bufferings bravely to the last Funeral services were conducted Friday morning at 1030 oclock at the Catholic cemetery near Irvington Tho family lias the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement Dr Hart of McDanlels wns in this placo Monday West Vlow can ngnin boast of tw o large dry goods stores The sheep of this neighborhood aro having a fearful time Messrs Alex and Ora Bargcr attended Miss Neddio Hunter is visiting her sis church at Flint Island Sunday ter in this place this week Mr Emett Klder and sister Mamlo Farmers aro busy now plowing corn wero in town shopping Monday ground and preparing tobacco ground Miss Susie Iiurch spent last week with Childrens day will bo celebrated at Miss Nora Manning near Mooleyvlllo Cold Spring the Bccond Sunday in June Kemember Browns excursion to Lou Miss Martha Barr went to Union Star isvllle Saturday May JO Only 100 Monday and came back loaded down for tho round trip with new dresses A certain young man of this place is Mr Charley Hayden called to seo Miss wearing a long face for some cause He Lucy Burcli Sunday Lucy sings Char-Â¬ says tils dog is dead ley is a ladys man Ha ha Miss Cora Matthews has returned Tho party at Mr Thomas Bargers Sat- Â¬ from Louisville where stio had been vis urday evening and night was largely at- Â¬ iting tier aunt Mrs Daviess tended and all report a jolly time A small company of four young ladies Miss Cora Brown has lately furnished niul eight young men were tho guests of her parlor and is now ready for tho Misses Mattie and Kuln lunphrey last beaux but bo careless boys and dont Sunday evening May 13 upset that fine lamp A nico entertainment was given by Mr Tho majority of tho farmers in this Davis Tuesday night Tho company vicinity aro through planting corn while was cntertaided by a good string band others aro silting back in their easy The ovening was quite plcasent to all chairs waiting for the cut worms to present starve out Now tako my advice good Mrs Knto Milem of this neighborhood men and dont wait too long or you will departed this life May 0th 18H Mrs never live to attend their funeral Milem was born in lircckenridgo coun- Â¬ ty near Union SUr Aug 20th 1810 Mr John I Powell of the Meade She was married to William Milem Sept RHODELIA County Messenger was a passenger on 20th 1801 was converted in Union Star the West bound train Sunday in ISO and lived a christian and died in Mrs Lewis Swlnk is on the sick list CaptJ II Itowland went to Owens- tho faith wtiicti she professed She had Mr Gabrial Nevitt called on his hist seen alt tier children married and settled girl hunday boro Sunday in lifo but two one boy of 18 years and a Mr Jess Cunningham of Ouston was little girl of eight She leaves a monrn Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder ine husband and many friends in town Wednesday Worlds Fair lllsheU Award Saturday Horace Duller of West View was liei a Friday Horn to ttio wife of Mr W E Rhodes on tho llllh a little daughter News is scarce this week I have been to busy too hunt up any 11 E Illiodes visited at Kirk and Hnr dinsburg last Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizzie Bradley of Black Itock is visiting Mrs L O Bradley this week Mr Dan Hicks and Mrs Milton Coko visited Mrs George Heysor nt Con- Â¬ stantino last Monday Mr Zack Green and Leo Harncd of Hamcd were here Thursday on their way to visit relatives in Grayson county Tho friends of Miss Alice Dockery aro glad to see tier out again Twas feared last week that her illnehs would prove serious Mr and Mrs Henry Sklllman and Miss Daisy visited their daughter daughter Mrs J E Cooper last Satur Â¬ day night llev and Mrs B A CundiflT returned from Smitlilund last Thursday They have had good meetings and been hand- Â¬ somely entertained for fivo weeks Mr II A Hunter is in Hardlnsburg this week serving as Grand juryman and it goes without saying that some of the boys are now visiting friends in GrayBon Misses Clara and Leila Glasscock who are attending school at Hardlnsburg paid their parents Mr and Mrs G D Glasscock u visit last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Mr and Mrs II Sklllman Mr and Mrs J E Cooper and Mr and Mrs J T Parsons dined with Mr and Mrs Milton Coko Sunday The dinner was daintily prepared and elegantly served Dowel Liver Complaints anil Headache use Let us Send You 0ne A MAMMOTH BARGAIN New nobby Spiing Suits for gentlemen no somber colors no back number styles every one ns bright as a dollar fresh fiom the mint AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS They are purely vegetable sugar coated speedily dissolved and easy to take Every close By 10 3VC-A-IH- jA LITTLE COLUMN FOIt THE LI TLE FOLKS T 10 10 10 Effective sio f J ft Never were such vnlucs given for ten dollars before even by the Mammoth Sacks Frocks Cutaways in the advanced styles that have always made ns unique among the clothing stores of the city your choice for io Let us send you one by mail Send for Catalogue and sec this suit pictuicd IF YOU ARE SOCKLESS Send for a box of Sox made of pure Mnco yarn jo guagc fine with Spliced heels and toes in three new shades of blue color i for box of 6 pairs woith 35c per pair guaranteed Our 5 Combination Suits are great fnvoiltcs with mothers the Combination delight dflhe boys Suits we call em because with every Suit is a Coal two pair of The Pants and a Cap all for cap is trimmed with braid nariow or deep and the Suit is made of beautiful gray wool homespun cloth- - This is the greatest bargain we have ever offered in our ChilMail drens Clothing Department orders filled promptly for childicn of 4 to 14 years old Â¬ ONLY iWATCH FREE We will continue to give an elegant Watch Chain and Charm free with every casli purchase of 12 or over in one or dificicnt departments For tho loveliest Junior Suits wo have ever been able to offer for the money with all our purchasing power ages Scores to choose from Mail 4 to 14 orders invited 250 I Drop into tho Mammoth when in town and get a nice Whip for 25 cents WHIPS s to 3VE SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY Market bet 4th and 5th Sts AM M OT - KLEINHANS SIMONSON r r 1 LOUISVILLE KY f X FROM FORDSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE ATUMY Great in Geniu- s- Great in Weakness IlAimiNsimiui MAT LONG BRANCH Mrs 2H3NLT CLOVER CREEK Tobacco plants are spoiling 1 For the Round Trip from all Stations on the L H W R R BROWN self government upon that principle was Ky May 14 18JI founded our great republic which has When in the course of human events n heen our pride and has been respected man honored of men and admired of and honored by the civilized world women occupying a position high in the The stability and durability of our councils of the nation by his willful acts government is derived from the people proves himself false to honor and to while their intellectuality Inspires them Immunity by violating his marriage with honesty frugality and morality vows demonstrating his unworthiness of This government will stand when per- Â¬ being a husbund nud father admitting sonal aggrandizement deception bribery that ho has pandered to tho lowest nud and licentiousness which are tokens of most ignoble passions of the human national weakness predominate our soul comes before an intelligent constit- Â¬ government becomes unstable and in uency asking their endorsement for a the deep rumblings and portentous seat In Congress it would bo well for murmurings of disquieted masses wo his Congressional district for Kentucky may realize tho portent of coming nat- Â¬ and for this nation that they consider ional disaster if not dissolution well the far reaching influences and con Â¬ J II D sequences of their decision which is to Loulsvlie Tobacco Market be rendered through their ballot Fanner Home Journal The school boy and school girl of toÂ¬ day are familiar with the published acTho market has been without special counts of the celebrated lireacli of pro- Â¬ features this week The slight advance mise and seduction suit instituted by during the day on Thursday of last week Madeline Pollard against Col W C 1 and which was noted in our lost report lircckenridgo Kentuckys famed orator has barely been sustained this week The great dailies of The warm days of tills week havo started and Congressman our land have recited all the details as fresh tobacco Into a decided sweat and testified to in court it is of course impossible to tell whether The question in tho minds of the it will come through the sweat sweet or youth of the land is may a man who so not Buyers are examing tho condition far as natural genius and acquired edu- Â¬ of the hogshead very closely and are dis-Â¬ cational endowments go has reached counting the price heavily for soft condi- Â¬ that pinnacle longed for by many and tion Colory types meet with best de Â¬ attained by few may he summon to his mand Good red fillers aro steady and aid his great talent in achieving and ac- Â¬ strong while common red tillers have complishing all that is base and ignoblo eased up perceptibly since last week and and then aftor nine years of deception are a trille Irregular folly and rottenness brought to light Tho week has been exceedingly favor- Â¬ through the desire for revenge of a able to the growth of plants and setting scorned if not wronged woman may he is progressing rapidly whenever they again call into requisition his abilities in have had a season convincing the voters of his district that JlOTATIONS These quotations are for sound mer- Â¬ they should re elect him to Congress in Btead of a man more worthy 7 if he can chantable packages11 If otherwise- prices to range from lower bo found IMUK true then tho most potent Trash If this be 1CO200 reason for acquiring educational ability Coin inon Jugx JOOQi IlOO iJOOfci 400 is that wo may delso in corruption and Medium 400 u 600 treachery and yet retain position and Good 4 60 6 50 Common Leaf prominence among men 60 Medium 700 It Is said that tho human race is de Â¬ Good 700 i 800 generating It certainly evinces a stage of Fine 1IUIILEV deterioration when an intelligent people 260y 150 willing if they are to retain in Trash are 50 6 60 Common Lugs Congress to participate in making laws Medium G00 700 10 00 and their posterity a man who Good or them 700 Leaf 0 00 0 1100 though he he tho very embodiment and Common 11 00 W 14 10 Medium qulntescence of grandiloquence evinces Good 14 005 18 00 weakness that disqualifies hi in for honors Fine 18005 M 00 to which ho aspires but does not merit Among recent sales we notice the fol- Â¬ ltswybe truo that catastrophe and lowing convulsion are M much a part of the The New Enterprise Warehouse sold plan of nature as quietude and harmony 5 hhds of lircckenridgo county lugs at and that the rise and fall of nations is a 8 70 700 710 0 CO and 060 circle of revolutions that a nation rises The Falls City Warehouse sold 6 hhds in the scale of progress development and of Ilreckcnridgo county common trash at civilisation to a curtain point and then 0 to 333 alb of ltd ewn inability and weakness The Brown Warehouse sold 13 hluls A few hundred years ago the dogma wm proclaimed that nym wu capable of Ikeckeorldge county luge at f110 to J Â¬ 1 t J T JONEXS GO Managers K Ditto of lieech Grove spent Tuesday at this place tho guest of Mrs Cal Hendrick Mrs Chas Craw fort and Miss Mary J McFarland spent Wednesday in Louis- Â¬ ville shopping Mr J II Sullivan and sister Miss Carrie of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs W L Dooley Mrs Ieto Henbel of West Point is visiting Mrs Chas Crawfort Mrs W L Dooley who has been sick for several days Is convalescent Little Gough Grinnoll of Ilranden burg is spending a week with Chalton Ditto Died Kntered into rest on Wednesday May 10 at 2 p in of typhoid fever Nulla D wife of John W Onen at her residence near McQuady Ky INTERESTING EXTRACTS lrom Corretpondenti The person who owns an Klectropoiso possesses a treasure of immense value W O Floronco A vena Ky The Klectropoiso is a quick cure for insomnia I am much improved in every way G M Phillips Bradfordsvillo Ky The physicians will have to adopt the Klectropoiso in their practice A 11 Love Bedford Ky We havo had good results in curing various ailments with the Klectropoiso J W Cotton Bardstown Ky Typhoid fever left me In such a con- Â¬ dition that I had despaired of over get- Â¬ ting better the Klectropoiso relieved mo of all pain first application I am surely cured by this great remedy W T Richardson Corbin Ky I cured a young calf that I am sure would have died bad I not used the Klectropoiso on It Tho result was quick and satisfactory Mrs B II Pryor lr Mr Calvin Harris had a horse to die Mr Tim Jolly went to Cloverport Sat- Â¬ Who have found experience to be urday a dear teacher Especially is this Mr K1I Miller is still bating his truo in buying Drugs Hook Farmers are wishing for tho Indians sign of rain You are in need of Drugs you want Young Brown was in our midst them pure and fresh this week Mr Tice Hendrick attended church at Bethel last Sunday Is of much more importance in Mr Win Hendrick sold a fine mare to Drugs than quantity for upon Mr Calvin Harris this week quality does lifo in many instances Mrs J W Mendrick who has been depend quite ill is Improving very slowly Mr Win Hendrick and wife visited WE ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL relatives at Bethel lost week In tho selection of our stock and purchase only such as wo can safe Â¬ Mr George Jolly and son Master Fred ly commend to our customers went to Cloverport Saturday Miss Maggie Wilson returned to her ASIDE FROM DRUGS home in Cloverport last Suturday We aro agents for tho Walter A Miss Liddie Lyons of McQuady was Wood Binders nnd Mowers Hakes visiting Miss Kula Miller Wednesday Twine and all kinds of Repairs Mr Calvin Hendrick accompanied If You Are in Need Miss Kula Miller to church last Sunday Of a Machine wo will mako it to Mrs Frank Lyons of McQuady paid your interest to buy it from us Mrs Alvin Sklllman a visit Wednesday Mr Gcorgo Jolly and wife have re- Â¬ J T CUNDIFF CO turned home from a visit to Clifton Many Are The People When WOOL It I is the time of year for this staple article want WOOLjUjlIT BAD f the Quality So bring it right along and get Highest Market price for it YOU WANT GOODS Bring us your Wool and get our Goods We will have a little trade of our own and it will do us both good It is our business to serve you That is what we are keeping store for We want to do you all the good we can and ac the same time do ourself good You buy my Goods and Ill buy your WoolSee I V C E BRYANT GUSTON KY Mills Mrs George Jolly says flesh colored hose and black slippers will bo worn this GUSTON KY t Kpperson Ky The Klectropoiso has never failed in any cose that I have tried It and I havo tested it severly Ed W Shankland Carlisle Ky The Klcctroolso is worth 100 a day to me M 8 Cralle Meeting Creek Ky The Klectropoiso has cured me of Brighta Disease after everything else fulled L A Hopson Hopson Ky My wife has been a helpless invalid for sixteen years when she began treat Â¬ ment with the Klectropoiso she now dow her own house work and cooking Wo never dreamed of anythluki working such a change II B Woodward night Hardyville Ky Standard and Pocket Eieclropolse for Mr Ixgan Murray has accepted the sale or rent for particulars apply to Dubois A Webb 500 Fourth Avenue Vice Presidency of the new American National Knk of Louisville LoaisTille Kr summer Mr John Hendrick and wife were the guests of Mrs Bettie Miller last Saturlay and Hunday SOLICITING FOR Miss Liezlo Miller who is attending college at Hardlnsburg was at homo last Protective Saturday and Sunday AND Quite a sensation was created among the youngsters at Mr Win Heudrlcks Collection Agency in tho afternoon Saturday Dr Warfield and daughter Mrs Dan THIS IS NO HUMBUG Shacklett of Kkron aro visiting Mrs Phooba Sklllman this week BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT Tho fishing party of May 12th was Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY changed to pray meeting which took placo In tho afternoon at Clovor creek church L Messrs Frank Jolly and Thomas Blytho called on Misees Annlo and LucyMcGuvock last Sunday Be care- Â¬ ful Kit 1 1 w 1 Misses Bessie Hendrick and America WJUinrsaad Messrs Gude Tieef Robert and Calvin Hendrick and James II Mil ler attended the party given at Mr Nelson Jollys of McQuady Saturday Agents Wanted Lovings BUGGIES And other Vehicles and Durability At Road Wagon Phaeton H Unequaled in Style Workmanship Harness and Saddles iUiuiurncturern Factory Price Free on board at Cincinnati 0 NATIONAL CARRIAGE HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O lop Bugoy al j 4j 00 triage Z No u Spring Wagon 32 62 76 32 AK 0o 50 00 5 tre 1 nuau unn Buggy Harness nn 00J t it M 8 25 Dr x J Moorman Barouohe Harness No 1080 Light Double Harness No 1177 Team Harness No 1202 1075 i 3 r ww v Our Prices on other Styles and Grades are equally low nonll nt you and giro onUre ntUactlon Try It once and you Will uur vehicles Harness and Saddles hiolude a full aud completo line 1 PUrCha80RVehlcle1Iarnea9 r SddIe dont to see or corriffdwUll ii2h or Â¬ Resident actios aarMlood Dentist MweH T F McGLURE Agent FnltintSirWie wllly Hi Who has Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue and Price LI of full aHd ww ay further HARDINSBDRO XT CLOVERPORT KY eitlca Willi Br J T Uh4 of Hrlrfjra affMIt kind of DnUI work da and Sail Ui iultS Cirsivi Yon Miuy Is tkt my Oijet to yir