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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iTt17i9ttrrr tt MtaNMMtMMM gl - riJnfcA rrfLtkaLs r f K mi nvtfvridKk H- - v TsJIJWl MNRMMHMVMMWM f rvwci8 wr jf - THE VOL XVIII BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1894 IwiUIWIU f wjrVjrWw NO 45 u Irw m f EAGLEMNGS Rev Will Burgess Delivors tlio Baccalaureato Sormon in His Happiest Stylo M A Largo Congregation of Poopla Give Rapt Attention to tlio Eloquent Preachor THE SERMON IN FULL And to the woman were giv Â¬ Hev XII n en two wing of a great eagle 1 heme How can woman elevate herself fcvv - I- - v V V v v Jr sin J fir i me V a The text is taken from tlio description of what John raw concerning the church Tlio woman with the sun upon her head and tlio moon beneath her feet suggests the brightness of tlio now dispensation as compared with the lack of light In tho old The woman here represents the church but we do not so uso tho word on this occaeslon for wo mean to speak of woman and her possibilities of to day Woman has not in the past history of the world occupied tho high place for which she was intonded simply because sho has been kept from doing so by the Lords of Creation Her mind has not been allowed to develop hence she has not been competent to perform tho great duties devolving upon her and sho has been called inferior and weak when it lias been merely the lack of exercisu of her powers which has atroplied them Sotno faw women here and there by their inherent talent have overcome nil obsacles thrown in their way by cir-Â¬ cumstance and environment nnd by what they havo accomplished wo can seo what may bo done In tho future when woman no longer belongs to tho class of the downtrodden First Knowledge is power A power by which wo take a high place in society Wo aro no longer elevated by any other levor than that of wisdsm The day of tho aristocracy of wealth had gono by and that of culturo has taken its place In tho professions tho knowledge of specialties makes greatness One mind may bo as strong as well fitted by nature to grapple with the problems that life brings to all but if not as well equipped by training and study it cannot accomplish the samo work becauso it is not developed The samo may bo said of trades and indeed of all vocations of life for if wo aro able to do our work well no matter what that work may bo we shall certainly rise step by step till we occupy the high places which are waiting for MioWwIio are faithful over a few things and tho influence wo may exert over others as well as ourselves is something that can never bo known till tho secrets of all hearts are revealed Thyslcal strength no longer counts as Rgainst that power which comes from knowledge Second Physical strength Is necces Eary however even in woman Wild flowers and lily whlto hands are spoken of and praised by poets but Gods sunshine and Gods free air aro for woman as well as foe man If these bo neglected there is a lack of symmetrical development and as tho mental and the physical go hand in hand we must cultivate atfd develop the physical in order that the mental may thrive Every thought is the death of a certain number of mdlecules of tho blood Xheso molecules aro produced by tho power of circulation and this circulating fluid is propelled by that great engine the h art How necessary then that we breathe in puro oxygen to Peep this engino supplied with fuel and motion This pure oxygen must bo pro- Â¬ cured from Gods great storehouse tho grand outdoors Third Intellectual strength By this woman may become great It is not for her to lead armies to battle and to victory not for her to gain fame by tho shedding of the blood of her follow man Tho victories of peace aro hers and it is her privilege to become great by using tho powers that God has given her Her mind which Is In no way in- Â¬ ferior to tho mind of man The Jewel is not less puro because contained in a smaller or weaker casket She can enduro as much suffering yea more than those called tho stronger sex Sho can hido her grief behind a smllo and tho history of the world proves to us that when he has had an equal uhance she amid stand beside her brother In the Intellectual warfare and keep step with him In tho pursuit of knowledge Lesa than a hundred years ago a little girl in a town in Scotland found an old book filled with such character as X Y 12X 7Y10A Sho was much A wtonished at those curious statements but alone and almost unaided she mas Â¬ tered the problems and became one of the foremost mathematicians of her day Her father was ncesearily much away from home andiho tHtiniog of tho child rwtvd chiefly upon the mother hut alio found her littlo daughter Mary Somor vllle to be an apt and studious scholar It waa uncommon at that time for a woMa ta be a classical scholar or Yet aha became an mathematician iwpt Ih Latin and Greek and in 1831 pwbltolnxl her Mechanism of the Ileav ww thUt waa followed two years later The Connection of Thyslcal by JaUw8flt aad notwithstanding it auth- Â¬ woman this beearae a text or was book Ir tbe universities Two other yory Important works were published by ber All tour of these have taken a lilu pimp la tUe wcieatiflc world See bow r lbs lUtstl beMMlf oa tins winaa that ber tbe iWlletH4 fed bad give Â¬ wings and thcro were given to tho ITS AUGUST 4 woman two wings of n great eagle There Is another name that is n house Â¬ The Day for Holding the Democratic hold word a name coupled with a Primary in the Fourth Con Â¬ thatched cottago in Stnpleton for Han Â¬ in 1745 gressional District nah Moto was horn in Stapleton It was for her to write a wonderful book eallol Vlllago Politics which Tho County Committeemen of the found its way to hull and cottnge to Fourth Congressional District met at castle and to hut and the high and tho Elizabethtown last Wednesday afternoon lowly were loud in its praise Tlio Dish for the purpose of adopting a means of I look upon nominating a candidato for Congress op of London said of It Mr Chip Will Chip being tho namo After n short and pleasant session a pri- Â¬ under which Miss More disguised her mary election was decided upon and personality as one of tho finest writers of August 4 set for tho date The following the age and what is better I trust it will resolutions were adopted She con immortalizo the constitution Resolved 1 That on Saturday August tinud to write and to wield an influence 1th lHJI a Primary election bo held in for many years until at last bIic followed this tlio Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky consisting of tho counties hrr four sisters to the blest land beyond of Breckenridge Bullitt Grayson Green In this ngo of Hardin Hart Laltue Marlon Meadr Shall we not hope that tho world when woman Is not restricted Nelson Ohio Taylor and Washington by circumstances but almost any career for tho purtoso of nominating n Demo- Â¬ for Representative in is open to tho woman of Intellectual cratic candidato Congress to bo voted for at the ensuing class of 14 may November election and that on tho day strength that you tho lift yourselves upon tho wings of your the polls bo opened at tho usual places intelligence that the progress of your in the several precincts in tho district 7 m until flight may bo followed by those beneath and kept open from a for 2 That all Democrats and that thoy may bo encouraged G rover Cleveland at tho who voted you last President to go forward with now heart election and all known Democrats who Vourth Spiritual strength the greatest for sufficient reason sickness absence It Is true that tho day of peisecution from precinct or want of necessary legal failed to voto and execution of the followers of Christ qualifications bo allowed to voto in that in this election shall is over at least in our own lund Yet Primary provided they possess the wo see what tho church bo it protestant necessary legal qualifications on the date or Roman Catholic has done In all ages thereof and it is mado tho duty of the to examine under oath where sho has had power The road election officers voto whose right to vote any applicant to from the day of Christs coming almost under this resolution they may doubt down to the present Is strewn with tho 3 Any person desiring to submit his bleaching bones of tho followers of Jesus name to the voters in this Primary shall What has been may ho again It is not at 2 p m on Thursday July 19 1804 attorney before or probable that you will be called upon to appear in person this bv Committee at the the Chairman of undergo suffering or death for your Circuit Court Clerks office in Elizabeth master as did Anuio Askew when the town and notify him of tho fact that ho Bishop was sent to urge her recant and to is a candidato and deposit with him of money as will result from to accept tho teachings of his church as such a sum dividing 1600 by tho number of candi- Â¬ to tho real body and blood of Christ dates who then declare tho samo to be Sho said I believe so much thereof as used in defraying tlio expenses of this She Primary Tho excess if any shall bo re- Â¬ Holy Scriptures do agree unto who tearing turned pro rata to the candidatesshould was subjected to tortu e almost contributed and if any deficit limb fiom limb and finally endured death exist it shall bo borne by them in the Yet she stood firm same manner nt the stuko It is hereby made the We have a more modern heroine in duty of said Chairman to bo present in by representative as provided Lucy Webb Haynes when she refused person or above for tho sake of principle to servo wine 4 Tho Chairmen of the soveral coun- Â¬ upon tho Presidents tablo in the White ties in district aro hereby authorized to House These women lifted themselves appoint the officers of election for their upon the wings of Btrcngth spiritual respective counties from lists as provided by law and to notify in writing delivered strength in person or by messenger said officers will como times of trial and test of their appointment and to distribute Tsro young ladies In what form the notices ballot books cards etc ro I ujfenot tell but it will come before quired for tho legal conduct of this Pri- Â¬ tho attlo begins while all is calm gath mary 5 It shall bo the duty of the sheriffs er your forces prepare for the tempta- Â¬ of election of the several voting precincts tion then stand firm at your post If it in tlio district to deliver tho returns of comes as a storm thunders roll and light-Â¬ their respective precincts to their nings flash if all the temptations of the respective County Chairman at tho County Court dorks office-- of their world come with force and power tiien county at or before 2 p m Wednesday may you plume the wings that God has Augusts given you and lift yourselves high above G It shall bo the duty of the members all the temptations aud storms and trials of this Committee to deliver tlio returns of life into the clear atmosphere that lies of their counties to tlio Chairman of this tho Circuit Court Clerks above the clouds into the ethereal air of Committeat Wednesday oflico in Elizabethtown Gods eternal presence where you will August 15 at or before 1 p m meet the long list of heroines Margaret 7 Tlio S cretary of this Committee is hereby authorized to let to tho lowest Douglas Elizabeth Fry Hannah More Mary Somerville and a host ot others blddor the contract for printing tho bal- Â¬ notices instruction curds etc that aro singing tho glad song of the lots necessary to tlio legal conduct of this redeemed in Heaven election nnd delivering samo to tho sov Â¬ IVORY SSI fi 11 iuu iinwtVrUTta jrwlriTJAMTyTviMTWWiyrVTw 1 fUfU fjiyi rwi 1 ivyTify i RACKET STORE Having just rccoived from tho only market not Cincinnati tho remainder of our Spring Gcods which havo been bought not from Old Long Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns that make SKt Cash Prices and from under tho Red Flag whero it is monoy or no goods No other house in the country will dare admit that they attend ttie liig Auction Sales but say they dont handle any auction trasn i 50AP FOR QL0THE5 THS PrtOOTEft - Hioolr Ovei tlxe lEollo wirLg Prices SPECIAL DRIVES A 15 c bottle nf cologne for 151- A fine ilannette shirt lor 15c worth 50c A pure leather back hone brush worth 50c our price only loc Het four row tooth brush worth 35c for toe Hest calf finish pocketbook worth 50c for only 10c and 15c 4 nice percale ties 5c Four ply linen cuffs only 15c other places 15c Colfar buttons best bonec cloz licit gross grain 11k scarls for only toe worth sec Good 4 ply linen collar turndown c Come and you will find prices always Â¬ 4pm a OAMOLR CO CtKTI A Business Girl Father I would liko to seo you in the library on a matter of buslnes Very well Viola come along Novf then what is It Father you aro aware that Henry Noodcnhammer has been paying me his attention for the last year Yes and 1vo felt liko kicking him Tho idea of a Noodenhammor daring to aspire to the hand of a Grafton Ho has asked mo to bo his wife 1 6 sheets commercial note paper ic ic No 5 envelopes for ac liest three hook purses 5c Hest cabinet hatr ptns 4c A nice ladies vest 5c Nicer quality luc Something nobby 15c Ladles suex hose worth 25c for 15c Imported linen torchon laces from 3 to Kc per yard I Incllncn torchon 4 Inches wide to and 15c per yard Nicestedges 1 i j per yard Finest Va enclcnnes X-- Point Delrland laces 5 Inch wide and In bcautllul patterns only 10 and 15c per yard Ve have the nicest patterns In Ham burg and bwlss embroderies and In ser tings ever opened In this county and our prices are at least 50 per cent cheaper than those of othtr concerns LADIES FURNISHINGS At knock down nnd drag nut prlcet ncedlei ic llnt ic tip pencils a paper Rubber ic or 8c dozen - CLOTHING right We offer to our trade good values In this line not shoddy stuff cither but from one of the most extensive manu factures In the east 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 yur measure free of charge and you have an outfit worth Inspection Guaranteed perfect fit In every cac Come and sec make the price that Â¬ CASH BEFORE DELIVERY this line Sand ao lb granulated suger for 100 anil 71 lb best C Sugar tor f joo licit lllo Coffee only 13c lb other places 30c ltest N O molasses per gallon 45c Coal oil 10c other houses lc same artl cle i pkgs Arm V Hammer brand soda toe 1 Many QROOBBIBS advantages trade given to my wilt suit you In - OUTFITTER - or 1 pkge for 4c Why Ill maul the The scoundrel tar out of him And I havo almost promised she placidly continued What whatt My daughter marry a Noodenhammer working for fifteen dol lars n week Nover Go to your room whilo I seek this base adven Father I want to talk straight busiAs sho interupted ness witli you you aro aware this is tlio state of Massa- Â¬ chusetts 1 1 Â¬ Yes Havo you seen tho vital statistics of ingSou Â¬ EKRON Try Brown for bargains In shoes To save money trade with Brown Joe Cosby of Flaherty was in town Friday Friday Mr J It Dowejl went to Vine Grovo Thursday Dr J P Shacklett went to the city Thursday night Mr J B Smith and son and A E Smith went to Louisvillo Thursday Miss Annio Richardson of Garfield is visiting Mrs M N Bewley this week Why does B look sad Becauso he was not the boy to go to tho city Satur- Â¬ day Why does Mr Cox wear his cap on ono sido of his head Because he is papa now Mac II Richardson and wife of Louis- Â¬ week Mr Sam ShacHlett went to Louisville ville were visiting relatives here last Why does Brown get so much produce Becauso ho pays top prices and sells goods cheap Mr Will Avlswprth of Graharopton Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jako Ken Â¬ Â¬ eral County Chairmen 8 That this Committee shall meet at tho Circuit Court Clerks oflico in Eliza- Â¬ bethtown on Wednesday August 15 at I p m for tho purpose of canvassing the returns and declaring the nominee 0 If on tlio 10th day of July but ono candidato shall appear and comply with tho conditions Imposed by this Com mttee it shall bo tho duty of tlio Chair- Â¬ man to call this Committee together at Elizabethtown on Thursday July 20 at II a m and said Committee shall then declare tho candidato who has complied with tho conditions imposed to bo the nominee of the Democratic party 10 That in all towns in which regis- Â¬ tration is required by law tho last registration had in said towns shall be operative for this Primary 11 That the officers of election for this Primary shall bo paid one dollar each for their services 12 That a copy of these resolutions bo furnished to every county paper in tho district and they be rt quested to pub- Â¬ lish samo in full Bullitt F P Straus Chairman pro tern the state for tho last year No of cottrso not Tho idea of that Hen Noodenhammer skulking around hero after my According to tho statistics Wait this state has 871240 more females than males There are 220800 more marriageable girls than can find hus Â¬ bands to say nothing of 182321 widows anxious for a No 2 Tho number of young men in tho stato earning over fif- Â¬ teen dollars a week and in tho market is only 22107 There aro camped on tho trail of these young men exactly 250000 young women and 150000 widows Three out of every fivo children born are girls Death removes two young men to every marriod man or old bachelor Tho old man turned palo and grasped a chair for support aud after n pause sho continued From Juno to October over 80000 marriageable young women visit our watering-places and it is estimated that il 442 of them catch husbands thus furth- Â¬ er reducing the chances of n resident Father take this pencil and figure on your Violas chances of catching another man if sho lets Henry Noodenhammer canter away Great Scott ho gaspedfiguring for a Why your chances are ouly moment ono in 218750471 Just as I figured it out myself What shall I say to him this evening Say Say Why tell him youll marry him and bo mighty glad of tho chance and dont let him draw a long breath bo fore you add that tho ceremony can take placo right after breakfast to morrow morning Im to givo you a wedding pres ent of five thousand dollars in cash I Boston Post Â¬ A few words as to my methods of buying and selling and thoso Old Moss back Credit Houses Supposo two buyers were to walk into a house One says I want to buy 60 cases of goods on four months credit Loss of Interest one Whats your price The proprietor squirms and kicks around and figures up as follows per cent extra risk of failure Ave per cent risk of doiay ono per cent I will soli at 100 net Our man says our trade demands 250 cases for which I will pay spot cash What is your price 02 cents Let us follow tip theso goods still further and remember wo are not speaking of regular staple goods not auction sundries in which I can frequently give you 50 per cent advantage Tho Credit Moss back Jobber gets in his goods at n dollar Ho pursues tho self same argument tho manufacturer did only on a bigger scale Ho argues loss of interest 3 per cent risk of delay 2 per cent dead risk and to mako the losses which are sure to occur by bad debts add 8 per cent This you see is estimating low Now add up these extra taxes and say the manufact Â¬ urer adds 8 ner cent tho Moss back Jobber III per cent total 21 per cent which must bo paid and tho goodB must be sold at aLovo their inttinsic valuo The goods I pay 02 cents for aro ollcred to any nnd all who havo tlio cash at 05 cents Now there is a practical explanation of tho dilleroncn between my system and the old regu Â¬ lars who purchaso of tho thirty sixty and ninty day credit concerns Ill leave to anyone who possesses a sin Â¬ gle grain of White Horse Sense that anyone who buyB on eternal time and sells on same basis it cant bo long before he reaches tho ond of his rope Theres no middle course Why cant tho margin of profits at tlio end ho bought at and selling end bo cut to the minumum It does mo lots of good to cut tho life out of profits People recognizo values and are ready to grab bargains For instance lead poncils onlinarly retailing at 2 for 5 cents I sell at 1 cent each or 8 cents a dozen 50 envelopes 5 cents Good commercial note paper 110 sheets for 5 cents A good adamantine pin at 1 cent per paper other houses 5 cents Best brass pins only cents cant ho duplicated in no other houso under 8 cents for same article Bent buckskin i hook purses 5 cents and dozens of other articles to numerous to namo on account of space Nothing affords mo more pleasure to bo able to by securing a bargain to mark it at a price that will astonish all J BE NO PILING ON PROFITS ft L BUKCH MOOLEYV1LLEKY A LARGE START EARLY AND StreamBargains ARE PLOWING AT DONT GET LEFT Dont miss any of the Bargains we are offering GEO YEAKEL CO Goods never sold at such prices before Best Indigo llltm Calico at - 4 Jo Hoosler Urown Cotton lc Good Ginghams 5c Gents 10c socks for - - - 5o Gonts 60c shirts for - - - 25c Gents all wool Suits worth 800 for l0S Youth suita for - - 260 S BARGAINS--Are Flowing at - Cut right half in two llojs suits wortli 150 for 75e 08c Gents lino Bhoes for One lot Ladies shoes was sold t00 tor 2 00 5250 and 155 going at 40c Ladies low Shoes Our trado has never been known to bo so iminene before House jammed with Bargain Seekers early in morning till late afternoon You unfortunato readers who havo not been to pee us dont delay got in tho push AT ONCE Your dollars aro in elastic form when with us stretches along ways Littlo monoy buys a load of Goods at tho - rlLODIBURG Cool and pleasant Tho milliner shops were well repre Â¬ sented at Walnut Grovo last Sunday rs Nancy B Hardin is on the sick list at this writing Mrs Gus Gibson of Cloverport was visiting her son W II Gibson and oth Â¬ er relatives hero last week Rev F II Qulun filled his regular ap- Â¬ pointment at Walnut Grovo last Satur day and Sunday Mr Gus Gibson attended church at Walnur Grovo last Sunday T bridge Sam Keys of tho L St L crew was visiting his old homo Saturday night and well ho had other attract- Â¬ ions for Sunday Louis Weathorford was over from Hardinsburg last Saturday and Sunday tho guest ot Miss Viola Mrs Jane Hardin is visiting her daughter Mrs J W Brown of Ekron Â¬ JACOB MEYERS BIG SPRING KY Just come and sec our beautiful line of Goods anil the sacrificing We prices nt which they nre sold can nnd will gratify the most cx acting and dall this week J A WimPi of Ekron and Gabo Meadow of Big Spring went to Louisvillo Monday Mrs Virgo Hardin who has been visÂ¬ iting at Mr I S Roberts returned to her liome at Holt Monday Mr W J Shacklett returned from Lexington Friday night where he has M college been attending tho A Miss Ella Dougherty of Owonsboro arrived Friday evening to spend somo time with her sisters Misses Mamie Annio and Laura Tho face of Mr Z T Cox our genial agent and post maBterhas been unusual- nnnaant li 1m laaf fuu ilnva Iinha1n7 tho possessor of a rolling flue boy which came into his possession on tho 25th day of this month and we cant blame him one bit PEOOUAnLY MADS Water as a Yehiole of Typhoid Pierce AJJJfe Drare mode Pleasant Pellets In a recent article from the Heralds of reflned and European edition which we reprinted WiioWlS concentrated botanical ex- Â¬ some striking proofs were given that Theyre different tract from tbe large water is the chief if not tho only vehicle ed pUw for those Tenet are of the typhoid germ About this there m nuy m miuiaru seeus can be but little dispute It Is possible and are sugar coated Theyre made In an Im Â¬ that typhoid Infected matter may be proved chemical labora sometimes dried blown about in dust tory under the direct supervision of scientific and thus be breathed and swallowed men Everything else being equal the mudl But no Instance of the propagation of tfie r the Im of liYer pill the more comfort disease in this way Is on record Numer- Â¬ They do not shock the tyitem but regulate Â¬ cleanse and tone up the liver ttomacb and ous epidemics of enteric fever have how ever been clearly- - and unmistakably bowels in nature own way TbeyVe put up in sealed gbsa viola easily traced to the pollution of the water-suppl- y In a glveu locality oarrled In the vent pooket In UlUotw Disorders Bkk Headache Con For this reason too much caution oan sWpaUon Imllgerttoo piitlnew or for break not be enjoined upon the authorities ot InK up sudden attacks of Colds Fevers and Pleasant Pellet1 are prompt every town ami city to see that the Inflammation drinking water is not polluted In rural ami effective m aokm JVowKar In tbe way theyre sold too for districts the utmost care should be taken theyre gumranUtd to give mtWoettoB or to preserve wells and sprinas from con yew money k returned Where there is any doubt taminatios should be the A eertota and krttag for the worst about purity of It Is water it New York used boiled befoe guefoaWed Uy Catarrh in the Herald saltan et Dr fefl Catarrh Ksmsdr Â¬ n District Chairman D W RiderProxy for W II Gardner Washinton J T Craycraft proxy for W II Sweeney Taylor S G McElroy proxy for W S Shively Ohio B D Ringo proxy for G B Likens Nelson F M Jopllnproxy for Wood ford Hall Meode F J McAuliffe Secretnry Marlon S G McElroy LaRuo S C Kilpatrick Hart D A McCandless Hardin Joslah Phillips Green D W Allen Grayson W B Hill Breckenrldgo W II Marriot proxy for D R Murray Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co Economical Buyers Special Drives Linseed Oil 45 cts per gallon White Lead 6 cts per pound AT True economy consists in buying the best goods at the lowest possir blc price nnd our STORE Rev Quinn Is adjoining neighborhood of Raymond this week Tho many friends of Miss Bettie Payno will bo glad to learn that her health is Improving Is just the placo to practice that economy We keep the best and When you see oiir visiting in this and the ask the least BARGAINS r You will thoroughly appreciate them Mr J M Robertson and wifo of Pres Purchasing at our store is such n ton attended church at Walnut Grove pastime that you will surely call Sunday again Mr and Mrs Owen Keys was prevent Dont forget your Luck nnd make ed from attending church Sunday on ac us an count of having a dude on his upper lip Â¬ NEVITT NOTICE GOUGHS CORNER DRUG STORE KY BRANDENBURG Â¬ Â¬ A GREAT BARGAIN Jgb Printing of every finished in first class style Dr Prlc description 94 w EARLY CALL Mt Ptrftft Mad CrUM staking PevyiUr UlUlUlUlUlUlUiUl Three hum red seres I will not Ik rwponilblt for say dtbts ooa ley for sale three goojof Und In IVuncsVs V dwellings wH watered Has In ths fiitnr by wf trt44 one hundred acres valley land tke up Â¬ All pmeni n nsUfltd net to f4it land well timbered good a splendid sMfar cawn few on taj sssount or txpssUsg psjiawt ftssa well set In blue troes Will tell vn easy term gle iaMeem anv rims F P IUooob nw Andy lu OKORtiK W NKFKR nras TbUMsy IKfalWl JNnCMaMdgewsMMily Ky I j ltd rt 2 Breckenridge Jae D wgKmsfr THR BRKOKKNRIDGH w iviJyJH44 fN mm MMIIWW -- -- WW tIJ lW1 J HWil 1 -s - L I NHS 1 Â¬ News SO HARDINSDURG LJL tW TIMJMLEOOIXO - T 0 Babbage Editor and Freprlitri 1S0I COMMENCEMENT 740 am BRANDENBURG WUT WEDNESDAY MAY laiienger Dallj arr Ilardlniburgl3il2 pm Pamtenger Pally arr JSIX PAGES your subscriptions renewals mako a good paper Kknew ooikq liar llardlnibnrg Bring us your produce Prompt Bro Hardin Mr Attrlus McCrcary is visiting Mir V Daniel AViiek it comes to putting on com moncement aire Cloyerport is very much In it Evkryiioiiy will bo sorry to lienr of tlio serious illnesa of the Hon W E Minor Julian Bronn says it pays to advertise Ho hail more people on IntlioNRUs his excursion last week than ho could handle That was a very frightful sight which Bro occurred on our streets yesterday No Mrs Blanch Moseley has gone to spend pen can do it justice It was simply tho summer with relatives in Daviess horrifying county Mrs had a Mr Fordsviiik people are sitting back plesantand to John P Haswell visit relatives in Louisville sawing wood and saying nothing waiting week for tho proper time to strike for their last What wo want just now is buyere new county folks w ho spend tho ready cash TC Crops were never looking better Corn Lewis it Co Miss Lucy E Louguemare of Los is a little palo from the recent cold snap but it is in fine condition and with a lit- Â¬ Angeles Cal Is visiting Mr and Mrs tle warm weather it will spring up like W B Hardin magic Dont forget the 4th of July celebra ion at ilardinsburg Lok out for bills Buby Co Queen Victoria was seventy five years She is enjoying ex- Â¬ old laHt Thursday Mrs W A Hargardin and Mrs Win cellent health and It is possible that she II Thompson of at Louip are visiting will live several years yet She has Mrs V Daniel been on the throne fifty seven years and Meters J A Witt and Elijah Board her reign embraces many of the most attended district conference at Vine memorable events in English history Grove last week Tho Womans Foreign Missionary There is a full crop of tobacco set and Soiciety meets with Mrs V G Babbage is w heat it 2s ablo to stand alone There enough in this county to give every man Friday afternoon It is n great comfort to know that we in it three biscuit each meal every day in tho year if ho has grit enough to get arc giving such entire satisfaction in our prices on groceries Hardin Bro up and hustle for them Ureckenridgo county is in good shape for any and all There is nothing so cheap as good advice and the next thing to that the emergencies Co watches sold by T 0 Lewis The Geo G Fetter Printing Company Julian Brown Cos excursion last and tho Sowle Mfg Co of Louisville Saturday was quite a profitable venture wero tho successful bidders on a 10000 They cleared something liko 100 Co the each catalogue for W 11 Belnap hardware merchants of that city This Mr James Lewis was successful in his is iuito n feather in Mr Fetters hat and suit against Mr It L Newsom obtain- Â¬ thu News congratulates him on his suc- Â¬ ing a judgment for 214 tho amount cess The Courier JournalJob Printing claimed in the petition Company and several large eastern We proposo to sell goods at remark- Â¬ Printing establishments were bidders on ably low prices but when it comes to the work giving a silver dollar for two bits wo arc Bro in it Hardin for the not The Republican convention Mrs W J Piggott wishes to extend Fourth District to nominate a candidato for Congress will bo held at Lebanon thanks to those young persona from oth Marion county Ky on Wednesday er churches who gave such valuable help Juno 27th Ureckenridgo county is en- in the entertainment on tho 10th insU The directoreof the Breckenridge Nor Â¬ titled to twelve delegates but as tie sole object in putting out a candidate mal College met last Friday night and can only bo to create a littlo sport for made arrangments to pay oft tho balance Alex Montgomery in tho otherwise of the debt on tho building There are featureless canvass wo would advise our several dollars in subscription yet due Republican friends not to blow in any and it they are not paid suit will be hard caruedgood money in the expenses brought on them necessary in making tho trip to attend The following are tho list of marriage license issued for the month of May It The Owensboro Messenger gives the A Shellman to Miss Kate Hawkins Jas following which purports 16 bo an ac Â¬ Board to Miss May Cornier Charles L count of tho 11 reck in ridge Pollard affair Basham to Miss Deo Allen George Ben clipped from an English newspapen tlytoMiss Pearl Miller Felix Mc D President Breckinridge of the prov- Â¬ Brown to Miss Eugenia It Williams ince of Kentucky has been ordered by James A Hook to Mies Ally Kinnison tho high court of inquiry to pay 515000 to Miss Madaline Pollard for breach of Charles W Itobbins to Miss Deliah Hu- Â¬ promise President Ureekinridgo is a bert John M Butler to Miss Eliza A son of tho late Wendell Phillips Breck Â¬ A u tier Clydo Carwilq to Miss Josie inridge vico president of tho United Samuel Lively to Miss Fannie B States during tho civil war in that coun- Smith try and who is said to have written jthe Lively proclamation that freed tho negro ErilWOBTII JEAOUK slaves Miss Pollard is a daughter of The Vesper service on Sunday after- Â¬ tho president of Harvard college the most considerable educational institu- Â¬ noon was conducted by Miss Florence tion in Kentucky It is thought Presi Â¬ Smith Much interest is manifested in dent Breckinridge will be impeached these services by the members and tho public is invited to attend It is no longer a mystery w hy Collect- Â¬ Tho officers of tho League should bo or Hen Johnson gave the Hon Gus W zealous in attendance at the Cabinet Kichardson the place of chief clerk in meetings on tho last Friday in each Ids ollico without being solicited by Gus mouth There were but few present on or his friends Tho Louisville Collector last Friday night and the business mat is something of an epicure and ho had ters were very important hpard of tho immense crops of bull frogs On of absence of the 4th that wero annually harvested from Gus Vico account the social Presidont the meeting on the Meade county ponds Only last Satur Â¬ Tuesday will probably bo postponed day night Gus camo down homo and 2nd There is more Catarrh in this section sometime between that and Monday morning he captured eight and one half of tho country than all other diseases doen of as fine greuihackcd night put together and until tho last few years howlers as ever made tho hours of was supposed to bo incurable For a darkness hideous among tho swamps great many years doctors pronounced it a of Guston Ho took them up to his local disease aud prescribed local reme Â¬ chief on Mouday and they are no doubt dies and hy constantly failing to euro now singing tho famous frogology with local treatment pronounced it in Science has proven catarrh to chorus curable root in their deep rich basso voico bo a constitutional dlscaso and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls in the Ixuiisvlllo Custom house Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the ouly Plowed Up Silver Whilo John Frank a farmer residing constitutional euro on the market It is 10 drops near McQuady in this county was plow- Â¬ taken internally in doses from ing in his field one day last week ho to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho noticed some small round rusty metalic dol- Â¬ looking objects turn from tho plowshare system They offer one hundred lars for any case it falls to cure Send Â¬ He stopped and on examination dis for circulars aud testimonials covered that they wero silver colua Address tarnished by the damp earth Ho kept F J Chenkv A Co Toledo 0 up tho investigation until ho had found Sold by Druggist 76c a littlo more than J0 incoinsofdlflorent denominations He also found tho re Rev Burgesi Gone mains of an old ocket book which had Resolutions adopted unanimously by rotted to pieces and it is supposed that tho Clovorport 1resbytorian church on it containing tho money had been lost tho occasion of tho severance of pastoral and probably plowed under in sotuo relations with ItovWill M Burgess former season Tho person who lost it Wiiekkas in tho providenco of God is not known Ilov Will M Burgess has beon called to labor in other fields and wo must lose Thii It What They Know About him as our pastor Milwaukee Wis May 20 Tho Wo- Â¬ TiiKitKKoitE bo it resolved that tho mens Christian league of Milwaukee congregation expresses its appreciation passed tho following resolution last of our loved pastor Wo part with him night in sorrow Ho is an earnest christian a Wo heartily endorse tho women of faithful pastor and en eloquent and Kentucky in petitioning the legislature efficient minister and preacher of that state to prevent tho return of W We pray tho blessing of tho Father to O F Dreckcnrjdgo as United States sen Â¬ rest upon him in his new field of labor ator and that GotTa grace may be his support Chaa F Sawyer la at home for a short in all the trials of life and that he may visit He will then go to San Francisco at the end of hie labors here have an ia the interest of tho M V Monarch abundant entrance Into joys eternal David It Muhbay Chairman dtotlllery -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr James Bush returned to Irvlngton last Saturday Miss Mary Bowmcr went toClovcrport last Saturday Spot cash helps us to save your money Hardin Hro Mr and Mrs Itoland Smith Stephens port wero visiting hero last Saturday We value tho confidence of tho public far more than profits T C Lewis Co When wo sell you an articlo for 1 It is worth 100 cents and not less Hardin It Mrj Joo Woolfolk is hero to visit her children Four of Cloverporls Lovely Misses Yeakel Co are nvlng their busi Pass With Credit And Get ness liQUsu much improved Miss Jennie Hardin is in Guston to Their DJpJpmas visit Mrs Mumfords fun illy Miss Bertha Lewis 1b In Ixuiisvlllo for The Clovorport High School Ends n stay with friends and relatives Its Work For This Scholastic Bro Cherry son and Mrs Veldpn Year Barnett attended district conference at Vino Grove AjMEMOBABLE OCCASION D W Lewis is off for an Insurance tour and will combino drumming for a The Bieycte wilt be used in all tho com- Â¬ Tho closing exercises of tho Clover stationery firm mon doings of llfo Tho old methods of port High School last week will long bo Mrs W E Wimp and Jlttlo grand locomotion aro things of tho past the for- Â¬ dAightcrILRobbip remembered by those who wero so Brashcar havo come wheel is superceding vehicles and pre tunate as to bo present and witness frqm Owensboro dcstrlanism and if youll notlco youll them Mr Z T Ilerodon is expected from Interesting class exercises wero held Akron Ohio this week to spend some find that a largo majority of riders use Bicycles you know aio our Safeties in tho school buildlpg Thursday after- Â¬ time wRlhis family tlme iyerB and strength givers noon and every room was crowded by Mrs Cart BlciuysonandMis8 Jennie Therefore you would say to tho young visitors patrons of tho school All ex Â¬ llqberts were the guests of Mrs Z T lady above pressed themselves as highly satisfied Where are you going my pretty maid lost Sunday with the progressive work of tho term Herndon Im cj cling bomevrard air ahe aald Mrs James Phillips and daughter arc and tho efficient teachers were freely Why do you carry ypur milk palli to spending the week with Mrs Thos To ghow on a bicycles the way to go congratulated Thaujthe Idea On Thursday night at the Elm ttreet Ditto at Arjington place Mr and Mib- - Campbell nco Maudo Let us show you our line Methodist church tho Bacealaurato ser- Â¬ mon a full text of which may bo found Clark wero visitors last week of Mrs in another column was delivered by Bjn Albm and Mni Dr Marlctto Rev Will M Burgess of the PresbyUr Mr George Brown of Louisville was ian church The largo house was crowd- Â¬ hqre last Sunday to seo one of Meades there among adults oftener than in in- Â¬ nocent childhood Iu fact youll find it ed and tho assembly listened with rapt fajrest and swijejesyoung adjes in Borne individuals in every walk in attention to the flow of words that fell Mr Miller came doarn from Louisville life butit seoms a pity tliat others must from tho lips of tho eloquent preacher last Saturday qigbt to seo his wifo who bo placed in tho same catalogue I do Friday night the cotnmencempnt is stilL a visitor to relatives here On not believe as a general thing children proper was held in the Baptist church Miss Mamie Daughter y nnd her two havo muci vain glory or too much prldo Every seat and every available foot of standing room was occupied whilo a sifters came in from Ekron last Sunday in appearances if properly trained at homo and no sensible mother will enthird as many were on tho outside un Â¬ totatteud the Cathollq church here Aunt Martha Haynes is qujte low but courage such falso ideas nnd feelings able togtt iu The graduates were Misses Bertha L giving up tho world with her is only Teach them that to dress well and np Mattingly Forrest May Moorman Sal a iappy transition to a brighter happpr prpprjately is a duty but to adorn the body boyond their means is out of taste one lio M Gregory and Nellie Simons Mr and Mrs Proctor KMnlinof Ash and detracts rather than adds They Tho program wa aafoHpws Annie It May Grand March lapd are expected next Saturday to cap readily understand too that good Htv V II Kutlcitge Invocatioi spend the month of Juno with Mrs 8 C conduct and pleasant manners are para- Â¬ Mary Iallclit Solo mount to apparel Instill such princi Â¬ Malln Ilertha M Maltlngly A Glrla education Charlie Nevltt was at homo last Sun ples and Childrens Day will never harm j Neath the Star Duet day looking well and full of interest their guileless smile Fotrett May Moorman Almofllfc about his approaching commencement at Jennie Warfield Irlde of the Hall Solo STEPHENSPORT Sallle M Gregory Help Younelf Cccilian LaKayette Iallclit Lima Solo Warm weather is coming a little Mr and Mrs Achilles Moorman of Nellie Simoni Where are They Big Spring wero in town shopping last nearer Indentation of Diplomat Hon D II Murray A A Slninna Mrs It A Smith rpent Saturday in Wednesday also Mr Lum Craycroft Good Night Quartette J Ilardinsburg and daughters MS Whltford C F Hartford filled his appointment Mrs Chcpt zo Wathen has been right ItevS G Shelley Ilcncdlctlon Precisely at 8 oclock tho graduating sick and typhoid fever was apprehended in the M E church Sunday class lead by Prof Logan and followed by Dr Pusey but at this writing alio is MissAda Hanks Mrs Jas Bites and son HUlard spent one day last week in hy Prof Brown their former teacher better much to ourgratification Could I tako the interest I onco did in Cloverport marched dwn the center aisle tqtho time of tho grand march Thoy seated allairs of tho world how gladly I would Wo pro sorry to hear of the illness of themselves in a crescent upon the plat- Â¬ respond to Charlie Kevins kind person our friend Miss Sahio A Davis of Norform and listened to tho invocation aliinvitation to be present at his com tons Infirmary Louisville whilo tho vast audience bowed their menceinent The youpg people wero entertained heads in silent prayer Mrs McMeador her daughter Mrs quito pleasantly MMir aqd Mrs pen Every part of the program was execut George Kerfoot andthusband will leave Lilys qnq evening Iastweok ed in tho moet nerfi 1 1 stj le Iho grauu Kentucky this week for Pqlorado Springs L B Holm is doing business in the ating speeches wire excellent and as toremain through the summer whop interest of the Washington Life Insur tho sweet feminine voice of each lovely thpy will return to Eireno Oklahoma ance Qompanyi of few York maid who was bidding furewell to tho Father Herbuth preached last Sunday Mrs S K Hunk and childrenof Penn institution of her youthful days died and gave tjie yaung peorde of hip pon sylvania aro here to spend tho summer away she was greeted with a ringing gregqtion a pracica tajkoniplghr danc Â¬ with Iter parents Mr and Mrs II Lay Klch and beautiful clusters applause ing Hy is strict in lis vjews pf propria P C Brash ear has brought on quito a of flowers were showed at their feet ety jiealtb and perfectly earjesa in till tho platform bore tho appearance of opinions when for the good of bis nock stpek of coods and looking for more Tho Phoenix incorporated is doing a a veritable flower garden Mr Thos Dittoi snys hq will hayo gtpd business Tho solos aud other musical exercises way of fruit but grapes Thaap- were rendered as only Cloverport talent inthe My dear Sirocco perhaps Stepbensport famo of the sweet plesJie hoped for seem blasted and veg wpuid uot bo so easjly paralyzed as you can render them The singers of Cloverport extends far beyond etation he thinks is injured from this mjght imagine and we nro sorry your tho limits pfptKi homeland in this In Â¬ plackberry winter rueans peas look Horns wproeocujtailed yejlow butperhantt a few days of sun- stance each and every individual seemed Mr Willard Vaughn of drummer sur- Â¬ shjne may infuso new life into them to draw an iiigpjratjon from tie dlptinptipn qf Louisville js here to spend Miss Hilda Mattingly was theguest of rounding beauty and solemnity of the tlio wepk with his brpther Robt W occasion and pour it fourth upon their Mra Chas Coleman last Thursday en Vaughn and to follow tho trade of the for Wolf Creek to seo her slater routeinterested auditors She will visit Mies Mamie flalieiman At the closing of the exercises Hon MrsSwlngs We feel constrained to remark on that and friends in D It Murray presented tho diplomas to Hardin at Alton Iud and soul inspiring in ids happiest Breckenridge county before she returns very rjiyming the worthy grduatea poem frpni Georges WflsbiugtonuItan to her homo at Woodland style and then camo the benediction Mr Jim Smith and daughter of Hard- Â¬ dqlph aniithinkitan undoniablo pity in county spent last Thursday night with Uyitonc with such talent should be Knocki Louisville Fricei Out Mrs James Lewis and family Mr under copdempation Louisville Ky May 22nd 1894 For the benefit of some members who Will you Smith was an old schoolmate way back in MrS L SuLZBit Dear Sir the seventies and hob one of the heroes may not know of it we wi state the please send mo by mall J yds of challlo Baptist church has reciyved in care of and 5 yds of the nateen liko sample en hero the night of tho famous Horace Bol excitement which ho can relate in tho clerk S It Paynp an jnvjtation to Closed My wife peed that much more tho marriage of pur late pastor B A She is much pleased with the goods and all of its details Bro Jfagan has just returned from Cppass which occurred Tuesday 20th Hays same goods cost 5c more per yard The Baptist church exceedingly reDallusTexas where tho Southern Bapthis city than you charge mo in Yqura Respectfully tist Convention was held He wascalso grets tho refusal of H II Paw son to at tho Methodist Conference at Memphis accept Uiplr call tjut he writes that tbero J M Bowkrs Nq 532 East Market St Tenn Ho then came through Misspuri wac such an out pouring of grief and aqd visited ids former place of minister Â¬ tears at Ids church at Sorgho wiien he ial labors He gave a brief but enter Â¬ talked of resigning that ho feels com- Â¬ LONGi BRANCH pelled to Btay witli them taining talk about hla trip WE WONDER Tho Baptist choir has been organized Tho crops in this neighborhood are When winter means to leave us aqd is acquitting itself admirably Noth lopklng fine Who wroto that political blank verse Littlo Virglo Fountaine of Holt is ing adds so much to attract outsiders as Why people who havo a business visiting his aunt Mrs W C McGehee good singing and music Then those lii of Meade who co e often remain aud are benefit- Â¬ dpnt attend to it Miss Jennie Woodfork ted The Methodist too wJll hayo a WbatSirpcco could liavasaid about us Springs is visiting Miss Mary McFar choir and it is needed to encourage tho When wo will have soma moro wed land minister and assist congrogational sing Â¬ djngs Mr G W Brown pf JrvJngtop sporit ing Hpw many Sunday fish wu caught Saturday and Sunday witli MiesMattlo I notice Childrens Day has already McGehee been pbservedjn the M E church at 27th Miss Peggy Ditto of Beech Grove Ilardinsburg and JJludtUatany jier0i If the community couldnt stand the spent Thursday night with Miss Ella object to the celebration of the day argu shock Ilpndrick Ingtlmt it encourages pride aqd vanity If somepqqplo dpnJ thluk itj is pone A Ditto Jr shipped a nico lot of in children and is therefore productive of oj our business sheep and cattlo to LouiBvilie Sunday moro harm than good All of which I Why these people who think tho placo dp not believe and am sorry that such a they liveMn so contaminating tottliem night on the boat Mr Joe Hendrick and family of near view should bo taken of it The day is dpnt leavo it Guston spent Saturday and Sunday at to bo observed this year In many places Why people try to bobs affairs that tills placo and were tho guests of Mrs on tho 10th of June The celebration of thoy dont know any moro about than tlls day originated with tho jublleo of pur swine know of tho sabbatlu Calvin Hendrick centenary of Methodism in 1810 and Gcorgo Puitle of L St L AT the Mr it has boon observed over since In that Fait Riding railroad was tho guest of Miss Mary Mc year the Sunday echopls atartetf q cqm Percy Hopper and Geonro Dean aro Farland last week uiemoratlvo fund known as the Sun- Â¬ tlo two fastest bicycle Thiers in Clover Quite a crowd from Brandenburg Vine day School Childrens Fund Tljp ob- Â¬ Grove and Woodland spent Thursday at ject was to assist meritorious Sunday pprt and tloy are praptlcing for thq this placo fishing all report a jolly time school scholars in obtaining n more ad- Â¬ rqces Aliey will race in Lqulavillo The high water ia over some of tho vanced education and in only to per Â¬ Juno lit New Albany June 14 j and in low lands in tho neighborhood but has petuate aqd ucrtwse jthLt uud it was Owensboro June 15 aiul 10 They are done but very littlo damago up to this decided thut oneday imnuajjy should bo npw njakpgspmo phqpqmpid rurta qyer tlio rough streets pf this city They writing given to the children and dovotedtothat started out Monday on a race against purpose Ispt if a noblo IdeaapIevat- - eoch Miss Hattio McGehee of Beech Grove other apd kept well together for and Mr 0 W Brown of Irvlngton Ingthougtit anyone that poqlu bo In- Â¬ ljquttnmff6 whqn IJppper bokfl hla took supper with Miss Nellie McGohee telligently explained to the children who wheel Heanejvppt 011 however and engage in tho exercises them dress Sunday night made 41 miles in two hours and foity One Jipwcwas killed and twq crippled auildresa thelr beU To dress prettily is tliree minutes by a through train Sunday in front of refining and does the eyes and taste of OhaageoITiae Squire Dittos house belonging to Messrs every seaejble person good- - Jtecltatlons songa dialogues strengthen the mind new Upward wentjlntq effect on A Wimp and Wright and encourage the young people to aid tlttTexaxil1ljtl Sunday The on Â¬ others by their efforts and God given ly ohauge for Cloverport is that the morn- Â¬ VOn DYSPEPSIA IsillffCrflon ami ttomarii dUcriltn take talents If you want to auppresa love of ing trajp going efet wil J leave at 10 M drees and vanity then the church doors ocloek instead of 0 M About the wvt truiMrpftariUWWfawM will have to be eteeed for youll And it dlffirooe is made at all othr stations OLOYRRPORT KY SOME DAY SfcA ll Our Grocery Department IS The Life Saving Station The Bar gain Center Of the Whole House f J No Housekeeper Cant prepare a good meal from poor material SULZERS To Get the Eight Start For Good Cooking select from our line of i Â¬ Staple and Eancy Groceries Wholesome Eood Insures Lonsf Life bulT -- VEST i UNDERSTAND the CASE Â¬ Â¬ BUY RIGHT WHEN YOU BUY OF US YOU CERTAINLY Witt Meador will positively for Cash or Produce We quote a few prices Hoosier Cotton at All Calicoes at Dress Goods A 1 Dress Goods at Bell 5c per yd 5 and GJc 7J 8J 10 and 12c 22c - All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in price to suit purchasers Come in and see for yourself Because we buy right direct from Jirst hands and pay cash It is a constant study with us how to givo you more value for your dollars Wo want your 1 Wool and other Produce MEADOR J WITT HARDINSBURO KY - r TWO 8EPARATCSCH00AS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING CREEK Â¬ Â¬ Susisqss College BOWLING fr mmuwe Je ESTABLISHED IN 18TB SOUTHERN Normal School J GREEK BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Thl irrit Ttitln Tnlnlnff Nknstl t tl Qrmtl I Ppbk KeepW Short hand Telegraphy Type 1 CqurJ Mutlc Art and Elocution provided Wrltinir and Pcnminthin PudIIs can enter at I lot Low rate ol board and tuition Send tor anytime Sndor catalojrue tTeijtlpn Courtyard nr drpii qnppB PROS FroprBprunt papy mi HIMSELF UP Â¬ Cicero Cooney Gets Tired of Running And Turns Himself Oyer totIeLtOrV It Ky May 20th 1894 IlAKDiijHnuitn Sir Cicero Jooriey who walked into tuoBtatfon lqusq in Louisville laat at urdayanAgaYe Wmseljup was brounht hern yesterday The- ofTensa of which Cooney is charged is that of forgery In July 1803 Cooney drew three checks on thu baiH M Hardipslurg payabje to himself and signed JLy V JJ Burton One of tho checks was for 73 and was presented at tho Ureckenridgo bank n Cloverport foe payjnQnt Thuasjhfer there did not know hit Cooney and ro i quired Identification This was prompt- Â¬ ly done by Cooney and the money was paid him Tho check was sent here for collection and if r neordtlieeashler at once pronounced it a orgqry atd refused payment The ptber two checks wero drawn for smaller amounts one for 14 and the othfiR far 26V Ono pihein Was paid by a party iu llaneookand the otlerby some one inDavee outty These were sent here for payment also and wero nronounced forrarlea Thn Dank of HardlBsburg lost nothlae hy Coaneva orwiratlnnn hut thnv saw tli swindle Ja was putting up and of eurse - tothoofllcersin Iiusvillo and niaking a surrender He said at the timo that h9 was tired of dodging the law Forty dollars roward was ottered for Cooneya arrest soon after the forgory was detected Of this sum tho Bank of Ilardinsburg agreed to pay 10 The Breckqnridgo Bank 2 and Mr V B Burton 5 As cooney went Jnand gave LUDv 11 uii hiuij may 00 somo quesiipn npw whether thoprqirered reward should bo paid Cooney halls from Pinchecoe this county and has nover homo a good character He has bwn fa trouble be foro nnd given the pfllcers cppaidorabe trpuplo His huslness now lias como to ap end as he will doubtless serve a good long term in the penitentiary Ou last Saturday at PaynesvUle in Meado county Edward Whelan and Chas Jones two prominent citlsonp ft Died At Paynes ville it 4 both died They were Interred in St lartlns cemetery next day COMMISSIONERS AM oclookp ON THURSDAY bj SALE 1804 jrlth or belonging VIBOO tindar iama TB---- --- KafKill UbterntIorji alio on to MAY Mst Mil lli taut Iili nyiaiiu MalohWi m lew J barj atatfon th Jd PPty on tbo farw of FOUabbomix miM 0a A1 Staoker Alto lHr Watw truek 9a w Matohlj Cwiuty exewt Stacker whlb I at Walkw naar Uolt Kj and pwHei diking In DrMkwrldg tad fforwere OUyoyiub and ixamlo befn d made fteatoli Cooney but itoeeji that none of the officers tooftd get traee of tbiWrjfkwirWgepUMJtafwt U AbHsmb 3c ayU hire Thajob up waelaTwy 4 Caiba of Ml wlH U sad kVwi ia tut v lok one a ad 1m deftbfUas would Iw at I W JtlRMOHYi Urn t day but tor hwyolBnUriy going iraujsdiatolyeynrhjm ftftj bput Tfi Coi7w - THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NEXWS GLOVRRFORT KY We Call the Attention Of A FIGHT rlFOIR V r Copyrighted 1891 MILLIONS By JOHN n J McGINNISS American V V V You will SI10 ib tho best girl yoti over know Lnurenco riUHnrrirlnetl tlint you buvo changed so Boon Why you actually Intimate there Is something iu the past bo terriblo as to tnako her tin Awntliv In vnnr ntna You tnisundcrstund mo I wish 1 did Lamenco You havo always been so generous and manly LlBten toino Mother St Gertrude Hay no more sho answered Speak not of tho past If evil lurk tbcro Let tho dead lie burled If tho resurrection be not glorious Dring not lrcis Association Mangan and Francix Raymond stood face to face CHAPTER IN THK XI w KS- - tho spectral reminiscence of wrong to haunt tho paths of virtue Laurence if you wero not so dear to Isabel discard- Â¬ ing her as you do I would ask you to leavo It is as I feared and told Isabel tho truth was not all told her Who says I Truth not told her did not always speak truly Not yon I meant another Mother do not bo sarcastic with me Another What other but yon has ever spoken to her of her parents You mean me but let mo tell you now be fore you launch into words that sound strangely to mo from you that when I huiu 1 ivuuiii auriHuuLT iny ciuini 10 iilt II meant to convey a sense of my un- worthiness sho replied No confession It jinny lead to another from mo or Isabel that would not bo to your good just now A menu is watching over you Tho Friend that watches over us all Yea but what is this confession Yon are talking in nuulcs to mo liut lot pio say a few words and then judgo mo would not pr ws my suit with Isabel 1 ccenso it innv como to pass that sho s of friends I might as well ask what ato yon doing here I dont mind telling yon Tho board of supervisors is supported to visit asy- Â¬ lums receiving support from the coun- Â¬ ty 1 thought Mother St Gertrndo might like to havo that disagreeablo visit dis pensed with by tho pupervlsora iu their annual inspection If bo I was going to send them word to paw tho institution Â¬ 1IOTTFnS TOILS Ilello Mangan What nro you do- Â¬ ing hure7 Raymond addressed tho newspaper man as if thoyhad always been the best by Im suro it was very kind of yon Bald Mother St Gertrude 1 will do so then My business is done he added turning to Mangan Aro you going down town I havo a cab outside Im going said Mnngan but 1 prefer to do 11 little wnlldng This was no place for a scene Man Â¬ gan deemed it best to leavo tho convent with Raymond Ho was satisfied that tho politician had lied What was his mission Mother St Gettrudo would fuin detain Maugau but sho could get no chauco to givo any sign of her wishes The politicians krn eyes took in oveiything nothing wmld bo done that they would not obstrte Sho could not keep Mnngan back and in ho did not want to stay ed to Bound Raymond Both walked out together should find ono In Tho Buglo office which 1 do not believe I mnilo tho suggestion sarcastically becauso you havo already adopted tho practlco of bribery and by it earned yourself tho titloof n good fellow You think fast and deep said Raymond his wily mind suggesting 1 would compliments as a change prefer dealing with you Dont got as Mangan scowled at him mad Im talking as a friend Better cud tho conversation hero nnd now Why aro you bo determined Becauso juatlco must follow If thcro is any ono you know who owns any of these lands I will transfer my certificate iu overy case Now find a claimant It was a bold stroke It was n shrowd attempt to Bound tho depths of Man gnns knowledge but Mnngan read his purpose and calmly said I cannot accept your proposition Tho claimants will turn up when tho 1 will select ono otory is published owner and run him or his heirs down When I do I will uso that ns an exam plo that will draw moro general atten- Â¬ tion to tho system that makes men like you rich without tho lisk that attends common highway robbery Ill print tho story of tho commission nnd of tho parks Later will como tho sequel and I hope that it will photograph you I havo told you or your accurately satellites that you cannot cscapo this castigation your first and your last It will drivo you out of town Do not let your imagination run awny with you said Mangan Heros my car 1vo dono enough walking So havo 1 They stood upon tho corner awaiting tho car Mangan felt ho could not hope to draw anything from Raymond who was thoroughly familiar with rcporto rial inquisition Raymond had nlbo con- Â¬ cluded tlint ho could not swervo Man gan from his course Ho had resolved howover to outwit him in some way and prevent the publication of u second story They boarded tho car and sat down together Mangan I havo something impor- Â¬ tant to tell you Where uro you going now To tho office Will yon meet mo lu tho evening On what business Tho business wo wero discussing I will see you Whero Theres to bo 11 little banquet to- Â¬ night in tho wardens pallors in tho penitentiary You know overy ono who will bo present Tho last banquet of this nnturo was ono you newspaper men will not soon forget It was in tho jail A murderer committed suicide whilo tho festivities wero nt their height and yon boys ran away from tho pleasure to tho duty of getting out nn extra There will bo no newspaper man but You mny get n you thoro tonight eplondid exclusivo story I will go Tho conversation by mutual endeav- Â¬ or so to speak drifted into tho com- Â¬ monplace Mangan jumped off tho car as it passed Tho Buglo oflko and ran iutotbo editorial rooms Got your story queried tho man Â¬ aging oditor was tho ro I have and I havent ply I havo a four column spread hero on the park Bites tho history of tho land and so forth I understand that Raymond holds tho certificate to nearly all this proporty principally as trustee Ho can say ho is trustee for the real owners and manago it as ho pleases escaping criticism if not suspicion Who can cbnUengo his right Print tho faqts Lot tho pooplo judgo Im going to mako a proposition to yon Leavo out his namo Im going to Denver on a mission which if suc- Â¬ cessful will show ho is not a trustco but n thief whom tho law protects I My um glad I took tho assignment private business is so closo to public business that I never would havo sus pected tho relation Ubo this story next Sunday Then wait until you hear from ino Your judgment goes Mangan Ivo got an appointraont for this evening You may not havo word from mo for a couplo of weeks But youll hear from mo on time Sinco your private business has taken n public turn what aro you go Â¬ ing nftorr I prefer not to say Well you are still working for Tho Buglo said the managing editor Ill givo you an order on tho cashier for your expenses and a months salary in advance Ill talk to tho publisher You aro not Como in again tonight overburdened wlUiw coitli 1 saaase to be continued Â¬ Â¬ It cannot bo tho inclemency of tho open air for even in tho sweltering sum- Â¬ mer nights tho sweet south wind blcBS ed by all creatures that draw tho breath of life bring no relief to tho victim of Solomon His Temple and the Qtuen acrophobia Thcro is no doubt that families who of Sheba have freed themselves from tho curso of that superstition can live out and out Presented by John Robinsons Oreat healthier In tho heart of a great city Worlds Exposition than its slaves on tho airiest highlands of southern Apennines Popular Scienco To tho skeptic or tho agnostic as well Monthly as to the devout believer in tho Sacred Yen aro right in it when you wear Scriptures tho era of tho great King Solomons retgn is nnd can bo naught the Gem fihlrt Uabbnge but tho most imprcsslvo the most inter esting nnd tho grandest In all history LOUISVILLE MARKET There aro no parallels In all tho records of tho past nothing approximating In grandeur In wisdom and sublimity in Correctly wceVly by Iumphrcy A Iaufcr Pro any chronicle of modern ages It was duce ConiinUslnri Merchants lift Second Mtet Main end Market IoulillleHy then a felicitous conception of tho man agement of John Robinsons Great LOUISVILLE KY May 29 Ui Worlds Exposition to reproduce tho 8hlppen ihould mark all paokagei plainly hcoiics personages incidents and events with ibipperi name and poit oflice addren ofthcrclgh of Solomon tho grand old BUTTKH patriarch sage and King Tlint they Choice country 10 12 0 a 10 Medium have dono this thoroughly acceptably 30 W 25 Creamery and successfully tho public and tho KQQ3 press overywhero tho Itobinson show Freih 8f I1EAN8 has exhibited this season unanimously 1 75 lo 1 85 Michigan hand picked attest Their great biblical spectacle in ndlana Navy 1 80 to 1 85 1 00 to 1 30 ita powerful sccneographic effects in its Old or Common and colored FEATHKRS accurate and realistic personations and Prime white goec 35 the sumptuous lavishness attending Its Mixed 25S4 15 20 Old representation is pronounced with uni- Â¬ 25 No 1 duok versal accord to bo not only n triumph HIDES S in art but a revelation in tho history of Oreen food 3K o 5 tho past that has never had a precedent Dry Salt good 7 Dry flint good Our citizens will havo tho opportunity Sheep ikln 20 3 SO 12 of seeing this grand spectacle in con- Â¬ Itooteraper lb POULTRY nection with the manifold other wonders Item per lb 7 6 of tho John Robinson show on Wednes Â¬ Spring Chickeni per doz 50 i 00 DIIIED APPLE AND PEACHES day June 13th at Cloverport A Grand Colossal and Imposing Spectacle the Public To tho fact that trado has openod up Â¬ HEM Â¬ Â¬ with a boom since wo filled our house with a frosh new stock with the latest Btylos etc Wo propose to continue tho boom through this season with unusually low prices and good goods instead of cheap trashy stuff like somo will offer you and say it is as good as ours We buy all kinds of produce at high prices Oomo and see us early and be convinced M MEYER The Hest Shoes for the Leust Money CO L BURAS ZY W DOUGLAS F0R GENTLEMEN 1 f v t 9 CUAP 0S yilVEi LADIES AND truth Ho wish- Â¬ r What tal en t delayed f vVhut is she trude Interrupted Mother St Ger whose eaKernesj to hear tho stn to its own gratification Laurence speak tho y M- - fjf iK K V J- 1 V KA X J 5 i kt Ws 4 An holresa to millions An heiress An heiross Do you know what you aro saying iLaurence Very well but it Is not sure I may leavo for a time but if tho nows IB um kuuu it may uu juuk uuiuie juu hear from mo Tell me nil Sho walked to a corner of tho room As Mangan drew his and sat down chair close ho said Now mother youve boen inter rupting mo ever sinco I came hero and using queer phrases You must promise to listen now for my story is a lorg one and to you will require many ex planations I must promise I suppose Well not exactly but uiako up your mind to listen Ho went over luo story again lo make it intelligible- to her ho had to give her a summary hero and there of certain laws mentioning not their or Ho concluded igin or their originator by asking her for the letter sho held from George Loland Sho went back into tho convent and returned iu n fow minutes with it and handed it to him It was a letter of four lines referring to an iuclosuro of check and tho signature caught his eye It is the same mother tho samol Isabels father is tho owner of these lands This signature is ideutical with that on the deed Isabel as I said is She has gained heiress to millions much wealth and 1 I surrender her I lovel Fin vnn k nniv whnt rnlntinn von nro to her asked tho sister feeling that now had como tho tirno to unfold tho so cret Nothing novrM Yes 1 wan to tell you she loves you and you f 111 bmvo an equal sharo with her in thtiSa millions when Lot mo prove they aro hers first Her claim will bo contested and I must say wo havo not yet tho evidence that would bo accepted in a court of law This interruption intended to shut off what ho considered to bo a prelude protestations 01 xBauers gramuuo I to enueu wnat juotnor at ucrtruae wouiu call her confession This letter will go a great way but it cannot ouBt Francis Raymond con- Â¬ tinued Mangan Francis Hayinond Yes he holds tho certificates and we have but a few months timo to cir- Â¬ cumvent him I will keep this letter Francis Raymond tho great poli- Â¬ tician The samo Francis Raymond Isabel is saved Thank God Saved Not yet Didnt I say ho waa not likely to band over tho property easily Mother St Gertrndo thin man is a fiond incarnate walking about with a fair face that draws bla victims close to bin and to ruin 1 was thinking of something elso What olso That There was a loud whir of wheels A cab stopped at the gato of the court- Â¬ yard its occupant deaconded ran has- I truth The sun sinking behind tho chunnoy tops cast a lurid glow on tho vacant lots around tho convent burnishing tho landbcapo with an iridescence in harmony with tho fiery vindictiveness which Raymond felt nud from which Mungan was not altogether free It fed their anger sur charging their temperaments with its vivid magnetism strengthening tho mood they wero in and moving it onward to passion If youre going to walk Mnngan said Raymond Ill dismiss tho cabuud accompany you As yon please was tho answer Now look here Mangan remark- Â¬ ed Raymond after ho had paid tho cab- Â¬ man let us havo an understanding You aro unjust to me especially so sinco you know how fur I would bo willing to go for you You would go no farther for mo than it suited you Granted but why not yon go ns far for mo as suits you I do Yes but if you ceaso to bo my en- Â¬ emy nnd becomo my friend you can bo rich At tho exponso of tho orphan What do you mean Perhaps you aro not aware- that you aro robbing the orphan of tho heritage that is hers Whom do you moan I will not say sinio you do not con fess but let mo add that I am not am- Â¬ bitious or envious of wealth that is ac- Â¬ quired by dishonorable moans You daro totannt mo And to do moro than that if you press mo to it The two men stood and glowored at each other Both wero men of cour ago Each was conscious of his own Mangan was not anxious to strength avoid an encounter in fnct he was aching for an opportunity to punish tho man ho bo thoroughly hated and de Â¬ spised Raymonds better judgment camoto guide him and ho laughed as ho walked on saying Come on Mangan it doesnt pay mo to quurrol with yon I wanted to talk to you about tho story you aro writing and concerning which you havo indulged in somo extravaganza wns tho contemptuous I havo eh you How beautifully comment phraso ideas that lift tho weight of crimo from your conscience I will not nrguo the point Aro you going to write as rabidly an you havo talked What if lam Youll get yourself nnd your papor into trouble You hold tho lands the Will I commission will select and you think the rightful owner cannot reclaim them There is no ono to claim them If there is I dont know it 1 dont expect you to know much that Is honest Yon excel in knavery You are unnecessarily bitter Now do you know if any one can claim them I cant say that I do Raymond took this ambiguous reply as a confession of ignorance Ho knew that Mother St Gertrndo had never spoken of Isabels origin to outsiders and ho had never heard that Isabol had breathed her secret to any one He felt safe The namo on tho deeds would not suggest anything to Mangan ho ar- Â¬ That wua gued But tho publication his dread I couldnt expect a proofshcot of queried Rnymoud af- Â¬ your article fecting a gaycty that was not his You can expect nothing but an ox pose of your peculiar practices You aro going into this matter thor Â¬ oughly Well I look at it this way Tho publication of the story may lead to the discovery of tho ownqrs or heirs If I can do good in that way I will At the same time I will make known tho fact that Francis Raymond is about to have all this property transferred to himself It wouldnt do me any barm and it wouldnt do the owners or heirs any good The time is very short Wouldnt you like to own some of these lota Mangan Your corrupt method may reach the ImalneM uJileo of the paper not me Try It I will asd tbea wkwe will you Â¬ Â¬ Although it is not claimed that Ayors Applet old Sarsaparilla cures overy 111 to which llesh Peachet new is heir yet as a matter of fact it comes Peachea old nearer doing this than any other medi Tub waihed cino ever compounded In purifying tho Qreaie fine blood it removes tho source of nearly all Qreaie coane Merino disorders of the human system Barry and Cota Apples choice bright qnarteri Applea average i ii 4 to to 5 to 5 S6 84 and 350 Dross Shoo S3 50 Polico Shoo 3 80I00 250 2 for Workingmon 2 and 175 for Boys MISSES CAUTION If nnr dratrr oflrra you V I UoukIur euora nt a rpdureil prlre ill AC 111 llM f lind villi ho Ttv out 1110 namo tHinnril on uoiium put mm uown aauiraua WOOL 25 18 12 12 5a 26 17 14 14 10 3 250 2 175 - MISCELLANEOUS Kentucky Press Association The Kentucky Press Association will meet iu Frankfort Wednesday Thursday and Friday Juno 0 7 and 8 Tho fol- Â¬ lowing instructions to editors aro pub Â¬ lished for tho benefltofthobo not familiar with tho constitution and by laws of the Association and to aid iu securing certificates of membership transporta- Â¬ tion and hotel accommodations Papers of tho State aro earnestly requested to reproduce tho instructions The annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will bo held at Frank- Â¬ fort Juno ith 7th and 8th and tho following instructions to members should bo carefully read and adhered to 1 for each 1 Membership feo of member must be paid to tho Secretary before Juno 1st and tho names of edi- Â¬ tors and accompanying ladles reported 2 Daily papers will bo allowed three representatives each Bemi wetklies two each weeklies and monthlies ono each Each representative may bo accompanied by ono lady no moro 3 Certificates will bo sent members upon payment of dues which will ena- Â¬ ble members to secure transportation from tho railroad companies over whoso lines they will bo required to travel to reach Frankfort 4 Names of members who will attend together with names of accompanying lady must be given when dues aro paid and then certificates will bo issued secur- Â¬ 5 Ilotolaccommodationsmaybo ed at theso hotels in Frankort Capital Kenyon and Merriwether It is advisa- Â¬ ble to necuro rooms in advance thus avoiding confusion upon tho arrival of trains 0 The following rates havo betn made to members and accompanying ladles by 2 per tho Frankfort hotels Capital day Kenyon 100 per day and Merri- Â¬ wether 160 per day 7 It is earnestly requested that all editors who will attend be prompt in notifying tho Secretory and if they go via Louisville to state tho fact that ample train accommodations may bo so cured from Louiavillo to Frankfort 8 Those who rendezvous in Louia- Â¬ villo will leave tho 1st and Water Street depot at 735 a m Juno 0th arriving at Frankfort at 10 n m 9 Tho Secretary will be at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel Louiavillo from 2 oclock Juno 5th until tho departure of the train Juno Cth for Frankfort at 735 a m and at that time final arrangements will be mado for thoso going via Loulsvlllo It E MORNIXOSTAR Sect Ky Tress Association Bowling Green Ky Tallow Beeiwaz Sorghum 4 21 30 M 35 Molasaoi HAY GRAIN FEED We quote pricei to day on Louiiville city OATS 32 38 m o NTHEWOBJffi CW wharft No 3 oati HAY Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Qood Bright Straw CORN Choice whit Choice shelled 10 50 13 00 00 u 12 00 10 00 11 00 5 60 4 75 11 give fitting W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish cas Try one nnd nnd bebetterÂ¬ conpair satisfaction at the prices advertised thnn any other make vinced The stamping of W L Doujjlas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to Uiom who wear them push the sale of V L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full line of goods Tlioy enn nffonl to aril at n lnna profit anil we bellovo you can anvo money by liuvlni nit your footwear of tlio dealer ndter Uod belo CutiUosuo froo upon uunllcatlou W X DOUOLAH llrockton 2Iae 4 3 3 3 42 48 00 4 25 50 M 3 75 3 65 40 3 25 00 5 5 6 5 40 25 75 00 O M McG lothlan c Co CATTLE Oood to extra ihlpping Light ihlpping Beat Butcher Medium to good butcher IIOQS Choice packing and butchers to good Fair unionsstar ky or Roughi ShoaU and plga and SHEEP Oood to extra ihlpping Fair to good 100 Iba 5 25 5 20 6 50 under4 75 2 75 1 50 SULZElRSOLOVERPORT KY GREGORY CO BANK WHARFMASTERS CLOVfRPOnT KENTUCKY holcialc and ltetall Dealers In vv HAKDINSBUHG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD Freildent WILL MILLEUVico Preildant M II BEARD Cashier QW 3 25 2 60 4 75 00 LAMBS Qood to extra iprlng Fair to good 4 60 2 60 Pino Flooring and Ceiling Laths Cement Lime fl 4 JfShl ngle8 Hair Doors SPEEDY and tWa VFAT per PEOPLEf a Uoiton Miua RESULTS Sash and Sole Agents for Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material tnuu from any injunoui lubitance LilOt ABECMH3 8IDUCID We GUARANTEE a CURE or refund your money bottle Send 4c lor treadle Price MS00 HIUMONT MORRIS ESKRIDC1K R M JOLLY BEARD 1 -- Dire tor Homostoatl Fortilizero Bono Meal and Troy MEDICAL CO Many Are The People Who havo found experience to bo a dear teacher Especially in this true In buying Drugs Orders accompanied with the cath promptly filled INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Our Gem Shirts lme nrrived choice 50 cents nt IJahbagos SAMANTHA at the WORLD3 PAIR loilah Wilts 60000 COPIbS SOU IN Ittb THREE MONTHS pagei Allens I cw L THAN V TOO When You aro in need of Drugs you want them pure and fresh llluiirailc in liaidsonie Undine lvetvlxxly Mit It YOU CAM MAKE VORE I CN Y lr Samantha than In Aiy Uhc Wiy oer 100 sl Quality Is of much moro importance in Drugs than quantity for upon quality does lifo in many Instances depend WE ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL In tho selection of our stock and purchase only such as wo can safe Â¬ ly commend to our customers ASIDE FROM DRUGS Wo aro agonts for tho Waltor A Wood Blndors and Mowers Itakcs Twine and nil kinds of Repairs If You Are 0 M1IS1NLI N Q Ttl MlnWiT once for terms to aeents atfHfll Read wli il actnti a order Lcli It coca way noine aooul n squ irrn on me not cakti look tieiticn orilem llil Tlilrt one nami a taken to day morninc Ts iilli Ittilf Iitrr en villi It Pric a OV mail or through Apcnti Chilli l W Hal Russia ft 00 Handsome prospectus and oullity n million copies suro to be or agents mil sold Will sell all Ihlt vrir Good llvn A fir I1YC humiio MaUTrn riUIIU my tti m im xVlJyl6S5y win y vli APSyiPfT vq rKfj a Bfvl ABNVJMsr m jwvv um UM tul Br traaua A fe SO arntllnllllthrulr UiIihdi SumastAj Unit At THE HAMILTON PUDLISHINQ CO BOS AROAOS CLEVELAND O J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl v in Need Of a Machino we will mako it to your intorost to buy it from us JTCUNDIFFCO KY Mr AT 8ymona Baltimore Md Run Down That Tired Feeling Severe Headaches No Appetite 8lx Bottles of Hoods Suraaparllla Bring Back New Life 0 L Hoo4 Co Lowell M a I Before ustug Hoods Sinapa Dear Sin rill I was frequently tick and did not know what wu toe matter with me One dar I would feel to tired I could hardly atand the next I would hare a levere headehe and 10 on not knowing what the next day would bring Xorth I did not have any appetite and Was Greatly Run Down I tried a good many aedUlae but they did tee no good Having heard a great deal about Hoods SariaparlUa I decided to try a bottle I My appeUta an glad to ay I aeon fK better I have bow wed lx bottle and feel well ai erer It hat been of great beatSt to bm at I have regateed HoodsCures u tad New Knjey FmueU ttiiwwu Imtrw Mmyt milto tif teod not fact the ring of wp md Mi hut til Ml MM4d aluKwt siuMltaneoiply ophmo aad l 9k tour Yon will w try Jt Wky t Yoa at too cum imc to laav yow- mUopni PtacliwaU by ma van V jm Health I eaa strongly recommend Heads SartaaarUla M Bvxeva w aa exeolUut blood mfdMue MaryiaaiL - m Atnatth tt Maklwieea JWaattyoaUMUecaa4Htwla c4 jto9iptl HM MM aet aaeuy yet proa aa GUSTON KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS Is night air injurious Sinco tho day of creation that air has been breathed with impunity by millions of different animals tender dollcato creatures some of them fawns lambs and young birds Tho moist air of tho tropical forest is SOLICITING FOR breathed with Impunity by our next rol atlvea tho anthropoid apes tho samo Protective apes tlint soon porish with consumption in tho close though generally AND atmosphere found in our northern menageries Collection Agency Thousands of soldiers hunters and THIS IS NO HUMBUG lumbormen sleep ovory night in tents OPRITCHEY -and open sheds without tho least injuri Â¬ ous consequences Men In tho lost Btago BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT of consumptiou havo recovered by adopt- Â¬ Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY ing a semi savage mode of lifo and camp ing outdoors in all but tho stormiest nights Is it tho draft you fear or tho L Blacksmiths contrast of toinporaturo seem to thrive undor and conductors such influences CAN I OBTM IN A PATENT f For Draft Have you ever seen boys skat Â¬ nl Promt antwar i whoan none opinion writa in had naulr tlftr Tears MliNNtiOtne patent biulnoM CosirjuhUw- ing in the teeth of a snow storm at the ipertanoe In A w HMHMwwn w tlma trIMIv rknnflilAntll They of fifteen miles an hour rate fonttattlon ooooerotiur Futeulv wl bow to ob AIM a oauuotf in W ieuft t4ln tb wu nt fr counteract the efltct ot the cold air by KWi ana 9iutlAo booka su fra Is there no other Ukw tbniuaU Wuun ft Co Ntdn vigorous exercise Metal tUMlntba Kk ontlHo Awerlcrwi saj Urn- mr T hnuurfat wliiilr birortlba iwWWwIMi Does the north -way of keeping warm T7TT tBTWtor atania alenJM aiuc to ina i hw r WMBuy iiiMriai m wind damage the fine lady sitting mo OLOVBRPORT KY tlonlew In her sleigh or the helmsman of Ufcff IMIMWiWNIMU etlUo with Mr J wh tun a atorm toaied vaceel 44 OMaM WT HrlslK Kud aaJhUng WlNtfr ft ijww -Batfm pW mmamMm aaswuvaaiama AawvHa AU kU4onHUl wwi Um a4 w4U- Dr Prleaa fraatM Bahtaur Pewaer UMUm aUMUsVAY law Ywtut VM44 WertrtPalrHegeiiit Meat aa MfUie 1 Is Night Air Injurious Agents Wanted Lovings RATEB well-warm- 550UISY1LLEKY I Dr J Moorman itJaSL ha Eesident Dentist i fi T tftcCTfW f FfSWiP If jiniT 4 lV News 1894 THEl BRE10KEIHRIDQE1 NEVWS OlvOYRRPORT KY ABOUT A WATCH Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY 30 Dr Old Breckenridge News morning sunbearai At bright Falling from cloudless ikies With ranch that glrei ui pleasure With much that l new to surprise Sparkling with gems of nit Frea from prolan abute Dear stilt growing dearer Dear old UitCKKxaiDat News Someofthe Woaderfal Performances of this Wonderful Piece of Machinery Tho watch carried by tho averago man is composed of 08 pieces and its manu- Â¬ Frleni may drop away And loving hearts grow chill Fond hopei may decay At we wander down life hill Time may lend hit frosts Our fondest hopei to blight Hat therell be pleasure left ui WeH read the Niiws each night Heres to the man at the helm Whose head Is always level Heres to the printer lad And the printers ugly devil Heres to the newsy sheet That drlrei away the blues Heres to the pretty girls who read The dear old llRKCKtxatDaa Naws Hob Zimmerman ShtpherdBrllle Kr CUSTER Wo liavo hnd n fino tobacco season S J Brack let us hear from youngaln Born to tho wife of B II Spriugate a flno boy May 8th Tho cut worms aro doing a great deal of damage in this section of tho county Have you seen Frato Board lately he is all smiles now its a boy Born May 13th Mr Hattcn Webster from Franklin county Va is visiting his uncle Mr Jubal Board Miss Ada Board is teaching our spring school and all seem to bo well pleased with her work I wonder what is the matter with the Iyon I dont hear its roar any more in our midst and Miss Elliu looks qulto onely I havo been a silent admirer of the News a good many years and never wroto a piece for publication before as this place seems to havo no correspondent I thought I would send a few items The News has grown to bo a very inter esting paper and I wish it good luck Died near this place May lltli littlo Lucy Huilins infant daughter of James and Mary J Huilins After a long and painful illness God saw fit to call her to rest Tho parenta havo tho sympathy of their many friends Â¬ Dearest Iucy thou hast left us And thy loss we deeply feels Hut tis Cud that hat breft us He can all our sorrows heal DID YOU KNOW That Gibert Pile is stuck on a Board That Clarence Penick wants to bo Car Â¬ ried away That John and Tom Harrington aro keeping bachelors liall That Miss Ada Board is not stuck on old bachelors any more That Miss Fannio Ienick wants to play Going to California That Miss Tada Board knows how to cook bread with out either soda or salt facture embraces more titan 2000 distinct and separate operations Somo of the smaller screws aro so ralnuto that tho unaided oyo can not distinguish them from steel fillings or specki of dirt Under a powerful magnifying glara a perfect scrow is revealed The slit in tho head is 2 1000tha of an incli wide It takes 308000 of these screws to weigh a pound and a pound is worth 1585 Tho hairspring is u strip of tho finest steel about 0 inches long lOOtlt inch wide and 27 10OOOtlis of an inch thick It is coiled up in spiral form and finely tempered Tho process of tempering these springs was long held as a secret by tho few for tunate ones possessing it and even now is not generally known Their manufacture requires great skill and care The strip is gauged to 20 1000 ths of an inch but no measuring instrument has as yet been devised capable of flno enough gauging to determine be Â¬ forehand by tho size of the strip what the strength of the finished spring will be A 20 1000ths part of an Inch differ- Â¬ ence in the thickness of tho stop makes a difference in tho running of tho watch of about six minutes an hour Tho value of theso springs when fin Â¬ ished and placed in watches is enormous in proportion the material from which they aro made A comparison will give a good idea A ton of steel mado up into hair- Â¬ springs when in watches is worth more than twelve and a half times tho value of the same weight in puro gold Hairspring wires weigli one twentieth of a grain to an inch One mile of wire weighs less than half a pound Tho balance gives five vibrationsovery second 300 overy minute 18000 every hour 432000 every day and 157080000 every year At each vibration it revolves about ono and one fourth times which make 197100000 revolutions every year In order that wo may better under Â¬ stand tho stupendous amount of labor performed by these tiny works let us make a pertinent comparison Take for illustration a locomotive with 0 foot driving wheels Let its wheels be run until they havo given tho same Lumber of revolutions that a watch does in ono yeai and they will havo cov- Â¬ ered a distance equal to twenty eight complete circuits of tho earth All this a watch dots without other attention than winding once every twenty four hours New Moon 1 Â¬ my painful duty to chronicle tho death of Scrofula this lovely woman which occurred the Bores Boils or 10th Inst 181 I at tho homo of her hus band John W Owen near McQuady tiny other skin disease Ky Sho was the daughter of Mr and tako Mrs Henry It Dean age 31 years As I stood by her colli n and gazd upon all that remained of that swt ct gir eo short a time ago rupleto with life and liexlth and happiness I could but mute upon tho vanity of earthly hopes and pros pects and tho so often reminded of the tho Superior nwful brevity and uncertainty of llfo by Blood Purifier our friends and loved ones sinking into and Spring Medicino tho tomb yet in this instance we were Cures others peculiarly shocked wholly unprepared for so great a loss She was the idol of her mothers heart I heard her say It was a pleasure to ralso such a child In her fathers houso she as Nelia OF AIR KIND was fondly loved and sadly missed when only 17 months ago sho became the hap Â¬ py bride of John Owen and the queen What Is Goodfor Different Ailments of his heart and home and by her sweet and Where We Should Go winning ways and affectionato disposi for Our Healthi tion she wound hirwlf around him by a thousand tender tics To gratify tier Sea air aud mountain air both being slightest wish was his pleasure and so tonic will undoubtedly improve tho harmoniously wero their lives blended health that is already fairly good Child into ono that sorrow was a stranger in ren almost Invariably do well at the Â¬ their home until tho dreaded fever fas seaside while mountain resorts aro in tened itself upon her not to relinquish general much less suitable to them Its grasp until her eyes wero closed in for Â¬ Â¬ By request of friends Nelia Sean Owen Is Dead it hosbrcomo M You Havo AVERS SARSAPARILLA will cure you death Those ties are Hindered that heart and homo aro desolate but God knows best Ho giveth and he taketh a way blessed bn Ills holy name Long will it bo ere her sweet songs and ear- Â¬ nest rendering of them will bo forgotten and in memorys hall ono of the sweetest faces will be that of Nelia Dean Owen She will bo missed in her homo in her neighborhood and oh will old Goshen ever look right anymore without her 7 Sho loved her church for she was a christian having given her heart to Christ when but a child Sho adorned tho religion she professed by a pious walk and a faithful discharge of overy religious duty devolving upon her Her mission is ended her lift work is done Let us all strive to live so that wo may meet dear Nelia and other loved ones in heaven the home of the blest An ap propriate funeral sermon was delivered by Uev Rutlcdgo before her remains wero consigned to their last resting place in tho family burying ground at Mr Kli Deans A Fiuesd Â¬ Eczema causes an itching so persistant as to produccnot only sleeplessness but at times even delirium Local applications will not remove the cause which is impure blood Ayers Sarsaparilla cures tills disease by cleansing tho blood and eradicating all humors Â¬ It Must Be Settled A writer in tho Evangelist tells of a convention of colored pn nclitrs on Capt Â¬ Economy and Strength Valuable vegetable remedies are used in tho preparation of Hoods Sarsaparilla in such a peculiar manner as to retain tho full medicinal value of every in- Â¬ gredient Thus Hoods Sarsaparilla combines economy and strength and is The magical euro of colds and coughs the only remedy of which 100 Doses Dollar is true Bo sure to get with Ayers Cherry Pectoral is indis-Â¬ Ono putable As a family medicine it is Hoods Hoods Pills do not purgo pain or unequaled gripe but act promptly easily and SHILOH efficiently from Miss Maxio Bandy has returned her visit to Cloverport WOODBURY doing a great damage to tho corn crop Messrs George and Karl proposes tak ing in the party at Mr John S Hardes tys That is right boys go or start if you don t get there Misses Carrie Shcllman and Lizzie Claycomb were tho guests of Misses Ida Dutschko and Melissa Shellman last week Both report a pleasant time only some accidents occured while they wero there but nothing serious Ah Irvington quit your boasting of fish that weighed fifteen pounds for Shiloh can beat that Mr B F Keys formerly of Cloverport caught two tho ith of May one weighing eighteen and tho other twenty seven and otie half pounds Miss Blanche Basham was visiting her Farmers aro plowing grand mother and cousin last week Corn crops aro looking well at present Misses Precious and Maud Barger call We aro having somo nice weather at ed on Mrs Iishea Kroush ono day last this writing week Mr James Goodall went to Morgan Misses Lena CI ay comb and Lillie Wheeler wero tho guest of Miss Amy town last week to attend court Miss Bella Phelps went to Morgan Krousli ono day last week Mr John Shellman has found out a town last week to see her brother and good way to get rid of cut worms just sister Uev J Kmery preached a fine sermon turn tho hogs in tho cornfield Mrs P 1 Kroush and daughters Mins at tho M K church lost Sunday to a Amy and baby Dollie wero the guests largo crowd of Mrs Willie Krousli last Thursday O N Whltworth Jr took a flying Farmers aro almost dono planting corn trip to Glendeano last week and returned for this season but tho cut worms are to this placo Tuesday Matthews who has been in this vicinity for tho past three months mak ing crossties got a very bad wound with an ax on tho right armThursday and Bays ho thinks it will lay him up several weeks but ho will return to his home at Glendeano as soon as ho is able A J Â¬ HOLT Cold and wet Mrs Jako Miller is ill Ood In the Constitution A well meaning group of agitutors havo raised tho old issue that tho name of God should be introduced into tho constitution of tho United States They desire such phraseology used as shall a 111 rin also faith in Jesus Christ and the biblo But tho first great amendment forbids legislation as to matters of relig Â¬ ion Tho cause of Christianity has at this writing J II Weatherholt and Jos Stewart set tho first tobacco hero tho 11th Misses LulaTato and Nannie Ilusset ToblnsjHDrt gave us a call last Sunday Farmers aro most all dono planting corn except those that havo creek bot- Â¬ tom land Miss Maggie Ahl Cloverport was vis Â¬ iting friends and relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Tho cut worms aro still getting in their work on early crops causing a great many to havo to replant Bro Shelly filled tho pulpit hero Sat While Mr T J Ilichey of Altona urday and Sunday but owing to the bad Mo was traveling in Kansas he was weather the congregations were small taken violently ill with cholera morbus Ho called at a drug store to get somo medicine and the druggist- ivcomtnendedt Chamborlaius Colfc Cholera and Diarrhcra Itetncdy so highly he con Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla cluded to try it The result was I in- mediate relief and a tew doseu cured Wbea Baby was atek va garo bar Caatoria him completely It is made for hopei trbea she was a Child she oried te CutorU complaint and nothing else It neyer tTbM aba beaana If Us afce otaeg to Oaatoria falls For sale by A It Fitrber Clovw kffcas afca h4 CbJUrea aba far tfaasa Caatarta port Ky and Kincheloe Mwwor Cfl Hardltwburg Ky - prospered by enactment or coercion Tho very central idea of the gospel is that man shall be invited to receivo tho graco of God but under no circumstances forced to do so Hence this effort to invoke legislative recog- Â¬ nition is an unfortunato display of zeal Doubtless tho promoters of It would promptly spurn any imputation of papal alliances in what they aro doing but tlioy would do well to noto that it was by just such plausiblo measures as this that Rome of old stole away tho liberties of Europe Put up thy Bword was once tho Masters word it is his word still Church and stato should be foruvor separ Â¬ ated Baptist Union never ain Muthills plantation at Washington NO Ono of tliem who described him Â¬ self as what is called an extorter deÂ¬ fended tho necessity for tho meeting against Captain Tuthills objections When aro your preachers coming When shall I havo to lock up my hen said Captain Tuthill roost Not befoh Friday sah Der will be none o dem preachahs heah befoh Friday Neednt lock it befoh Friday sail was tho instant and natural reply Tho captain then began to scold Whaton earth didyou call the conven- Â¬ tion foranyway It will last a weekand I wont have a nigger in the field Why dont you wait Dont you know I want my plowing donq Well capn said Kit Mat am true Its a mighty bad time I feel sorry for you but der am great questions wo had to settle and wo are bound to do it now Now rapn you Deso tings cant wait say you am not a man of religion and I spects you aint but you am a man of eddication and I Nckon youb read do Bible through and can throw a heap o light on dis Htibjick Now we linb stak Â¬ ed out all do lines ob do argument for wo bound to hab dis matter settled I thought the captain was then about to send him off hut tilting buck in his chair where ho Bat pulling away at his cigar ho said Well Kit what fa this grout sub ject Lets hear it Its just dis capn Some people dey say Gabriel he blow his horn on do last day and some people dey say not and we bound to hab dat question set Â¬ tled What do you say capn Its just this Kit Is Gabriel white or black Oh bos white capn Hes one oh de high and mighty angels ah I Well if he is white dout you reck- Â¬ on hes going to call on one of his niggers to blow the horn for him Bress de Lord capn you hit do tail obde argument exactly you certainly hab capn I reckon you been studying on it somo time And Kit Williams tho preacher went off perfectly satisfied with tho captains conclusions Â¬ Â¬ diler Tho same rule applies though ont reasons to the aged Dyspepsia especially if of hepatic origin often does badly at tho seaside but well in the mountains Skin diseases ecrwcinlly eczema aro often aggravated by sea air It is not clear that mountain air has any effect upon them Struma in all its protean shapes does notably better at the seaside than anywhere else The bracing marine resorts Bhould generally bo chosen Tho existence of rheuma- tism cardiac disease or rt nal disease is usually n sufficient reason for placing a veto on the mountains Bronchitis and emphysema do badly in the mountains but often well at tho more sheltered marine resorts Obstinate insomnia is n contraindi- Â¬ cation against both sea and mountain resorts nnd calls usually for the shelter ed inland resorts Milder coses of Insomnia howovcr are often much benefitted both at the seaside and among the mountains Hysteria does very badly in the mountains and often not well at the seaside Mere again if any chango be desired tho sheltered and moderately bracing inland resorts will probably be found to be most suitable Incipient phthisis often does well both at the seaside and among the mountains and it is one of the most difficult points in therapeutics to chooso wisely between tho two Without entering into this obseuro question fully we may safely say that if tho phthisis bo at all of a strumous type sea air will be found most suitable if of catarrhal1 origin tho moist and sedative marine resorts should bo tried and if quiescent and limited in a constitution that is not neurotic the mountains may have the first trial London Lancet The Jerusalem of To day The present population of Jerusalem is not far fiom forty thousand nnd moro than half aro Jowb They live in a sep Â¬ arate quarter of their own as do also the various divisions of Christian as the Armenian thu Greeks and the Protes- Â¬ tants All these quarters are densely built witli narrow and irregular tanea for frtreelM but the prevailing prosperity docs not r cviu to reucli thu abodes of thu Hebrews The indications are all of ex- Â¬ A synagogue treme poverty wns pointed out bearing an inscription show Â¬ ing that it was the gift of a Paris Roths Â¬ child but its mean nppearance and utiattiactive surroundings bore no rug gestlon of critical refinement in the congregation The articles of food set out for mo in the petty little rihops ate often fqualid aiid tepulslve Wo came so often on spoiled salt fish among tho stores ex Â¬ posed by tho venders that we concluded it must form n regular clement of diet in tho quarter There was no visible sign of industiy by which the peoplo might earn tli lr living and no ono need bo surprised to earn that in various parts of tho world o the and charitable Jews are regularly called upon to contribute to tho support of their pauper brethren in Jerusalem Charles A Dana In Mc CI u res Magazine well-to-d- AMERICA The Land of the Free And the Home of the Brave Breathes there tho man with rouI so dead Who never to himself hath said This Is my own my natlvo land I Our Own Country Represented in moro than 500 Splendid and Wonderful Photographs In Natural Photographic Colors Tho Grandest and Most Beautiful Thing Evor Soen Twonty Consocutivo Numbors for Published in a chance to begin with the beginning Monday Kemeinber Our Own Country isn regular serial publication with continuous text matter not short disconnected foot not cp and while we shall bo able to furnish back numbers at any lime yet wo prefer to havo all start at the beginning Come with us now and bring your neighbors along for this is the best of all the Portfolios OICCJclA TEN CENTS TiPfill TOri lAlV Bro iii8 Wftjf tlio second No One again week so as to give all No 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surrounding country your address by return mail Dont write anything on this t tie -- nim umi ouuiniii uun vvvvrvvVv f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS wll i Tho Worlds Population It is computed that the death rute of the world is sixty seven a minute and Thero is nothing I have over used for the birth rate soventy a minute and this muscular rheumatism that gives mo as seemingly light percentage of gains is much relief as Chamberlains Puln Balm sufficient to give a net increaso of popu- Â¬ does I have been using it for about lation each year of almost 1200000 two years four bottles in all as occasion souls required and always keep a bottle of it in my homo I believe I know a good Tho actual meaning of economy is thing when I get hold of it and Pain not in purchasing goods at low prices Balm is the best linimont I havo ever but getting full value for your outlay met with W B Denny dairjman Babbagos Now Lexington Ohio 50 cant bottles for salo by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Meadoi A Co Hardins burg Ky coupon except your address Name Post 0fficc State anmniflgmmmg These are our ktVVIV J pf - - D BRASHEARx k HELPLESS INVALID Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right tobacco buyer Long Brick House An Alarming Nap Returning home lato one night Bob Cook tl0 ox Yale oarsman found his wifo and servant girl breathless with alarm and praying for his arrival They were suro they heard burglars up staira wliero the baby was asleep In his usual fearless manner Mr Cook went up to investigate The women heard him moving around for a moment or two and then all was still The agony increased Mrs Cook was sure that tho burglars had mado away with her husband and she was too Qvercomo withteiror to give the alarm In vain sho called upon tie sen vant tq call some one orgo upstairs her Â¬ self The girl was even more frightened than she For an liour they pat trembling and growipg gray until at lost with lie resolve of desperation and shutting her eyes to what wight bo before Iter Mrs Cook started ujistalrs taking the ser- Â¬ vant with her Slowly they made their way through the upper hall to thofamlly bed chamber and there they found Mr Cook fast asleep in his bed Having seen no burglar he had forgotten to re- Â¬ port back to his wife but had quietly turned iu for tho night all unapprecia tlve of tho terror of the won en New York Commercial Advertiser 1 About 18 months or two years ago my wifes health gnvo way aud sho Rrow steadily worse Sho could not retain soarcoly nnything situ nto anil tho case finally assumed tho orst form of DYSPOPSIA and CHRONIC DIARRMOJA CLOVERPORT KY W Desires to- see all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country Louisville and sho became a lioIplosB inva-Â¬ lid At the ago of 18 I iiad hor under tho truatmontof a good physician hut his efliirta to ro liovo hor wfire of no avail So nftor matters hud continued thus for 8 or 10 nionthn and my wifo had givnn up to din I took tho cnao tn my own hands and purchased a bottle of Dr L y 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BSfiT LINK TO Sam 1348 10U lit 15 Uarastd Karnsd Hardlnsburg Kirk Jolly Olendsant Demnstsi T Falls eorlilv Keck vara KutB Lr LeulTllls 806 Tiii Cd it Efftti Jqj 31 1H2 Pb KtsbitIIIs IiM IOiMb n ret further laferuattra Nil h or addnu R J am8J4 pBM4tM TtM pm 44 m as f xl ASICFOftIT it I al A CAMPBELL CAMMCLL At fk 1Mb Ma A T IP naliillli v lArlfsUlIiV i ttAitttiii laVJLk - WB B - 5 w- - - vj- - t r j THH BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS OLOVRRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors World Pair Ono of tho attractions on tho streets List Saturday was a Ulrjcln Mado for Two Vest has the most complete Hue of corstts In lliu county New style new FRIGHTFUL SIGHT A SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE vWCfj CREAM OF Till ENTIRE SUPEKB SPRING STOCK designs Quality above par prices the Littlo Boy is Draggod Through Tho Streets of Clovorport by a Runaway Horso lowest Wick linrhre had his hand slightly mnshed nt tho 1ntton brick plant Inst week by getting it caught between two BAKING 3 V A POWttR MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD push cms Tho Ohio river is on a liltlo high at this point though it is not thought that It will get high enough to do much dam age to low ground crops Â¬ Ready Made Clothing Piece Goods Gents Furnishings -- OF For a Quartor of a Milo tho Littlo Fellow Pounds tho Pavomont With Foarful Forco Molly and I and The Baby Buy our Shoes at Sulzers Vfcja BRECKENRIDGE 1SEWS 1804 i IrC uits WEDNESDAY MAY t0 I00AL BREVITIES Binding twine ntlaj no Cos Flags for decoration day Sulzers Ice crearq every day nt the City Bakery Fly screens get our prices Sulzers Fresh garden truck a specialty S- Â¬ All kinds of cool drinks at the City Bakery Fly screens large st stock in tho city Sulzers New wall pajxr this week a T F Sawyers Call at Palace Saloon for flno old whisky Raise a breeze with one of our fans Sulzers Coldest beer in city one dopr below postofllco n -- j it Wall pnpcf SJeents single 10M at T F Sawyers Giant standard binding twino Is tho best Vest Buy your machinery oil from Vest Prices tho lowest Henry Clark colored died Monday night of erysipclous Screen wire and screen doors very cheap at Payne Cos Gasoline stoves all Btylcs sizes and prices at Pajno A Cos Peerless and Mammoth Pearl potatoes at W II Bon mer Sons Leave your orders for ice cream and sherbert at Riedel Cos For olilest and purest apple brandy in the city go to Palace Saloon Giant binding twino at Vests nt prices never before equaled Elegant exquisite artistic are the hats at Miller Llghtfoots Our select lino of good things to eat tho talk of the city Sulzers A full lino of buggies and carts from Cos tlio cheapest up at Payne Every piece of candy in our house Is fresh just received Itiedel Co Wo can supply you with best seed potatoes W H Bow mer Son Our motto Largest assortment low- Miller Llghtfoots est prices Tho Binding Twino Trust has struck a suae in the shape of Vests prices New hats to suit all faces low prices to suit all purses at Miller Llghtfoots Cream sodas lemonade milk shake Cos ice cold sweet cider at Uiedol goods for hot weather Those new dress wear down at Vests are tho talk of tho town You will fall In lovo with my beauti Â¬ ful hata Mrs II V Duncan the Mil- Â¬ liner Fresh ico cold beer always on tap at one door below post- Â¬ Palaco Saloon ofllco If Did you over put your foot into it not come and try on a pair of our shoes The High School elocution class gavcan interesting entertainment in tho Presby terian church Monday night for the benefit of the building fund John Corrlgan tho man who lost his arm at tho Acme brick plant Is ablo to boon tho streets again lie was confined to his room only a wi ek Champion machlno repairs knives rivets guards sections rachet belts and all kinds of repairs needed for these machines can bo found at Payne Cos to pays for the full term at tho Clover port Normalbeginning Juno 11 Special feature Iteviow of all legal branches psychology and school management A practical knowledge of at least tho elementary principles of the Science of the Mind tho most essential requisite of tho teacher will bo given at tho Normal A complete steam threshing outfit will be sold at public auction at Gregorys warehouse in this city on Thursday May 31 See ad Commissioners sale in another column T railroad will sell The LSt L tickets to Louisville May 20 li and 30th at one and one third faro for tho round trip account May Musical festival Re- Â¬ turn passage good till June 1st Sheriffs Rhodes and Wroe went to Ed dyvlllo last week to convey George Washington Randolph two years for stealing u horse and Wm Valentine ono yearior cracking Oelzos safe to tho penitentiary Messrs Jacobs Moorman the photo Â¬ graphers wo aro glad to sny are still in our midst When they leave wo com- Â¬ mend them as gentlemen in tho highest grade of the photograple art and speak for them a favorable consideration by all with whom they way como in contact Meade County Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JULIUS WINTER S E CO AND IS NOT KILLED Cor Third and Market Sts Molly 1 is a sweet sensible little woman too--always economical trades where - PERSONAL Mrs F A Bcavin is visiting hor old homo nt Cecilia Mr G G Barr of Rhodelia was in the city Monday on business Col LnFayetto Green ot Falls of Rough was in tho city yesterday Mrs Mike Bush of Evansville Is the guest of Mr and Mrs A J May Mr David S Murray of Salt LakoCity was in the city Sunday to seo his sisters Mrs Wm Vest accompanied by her son Eugene went to Louisville yester Â¬ day Miss Lilly McGlothlan of Irvington is visiting friends at Long Branch this B Frymire of Chenault is the guest of her sister Mrs Clayton Crosson Mr Eugene Goff camo homo from St Louis last Friday sitk but is able to bo up now Mrs Syrinn Jarrett Stephensport was in tho city last week and paid this oflico week Mrs J a visit Prof L Forest the young optician of Louisville is still in tho city stopping at Jordons Mrs Gideon Napper visiting at Owensboro who had been M4 i pX Sulzers Examine large screw top pints Owena boro Clubonly 50c at Palace Saloon r B Beavin Prop Binders mowers hay rakes and culti vators of all tho leading makes for sale Co by 1ayno Fine photographs all sizes and latest novelties made on short notice at Knights gallery Fob Kent Two elegant rooms either Apply to furnished or unfurnished Jno D Babbage Prices that liavo thrown all com Â¬ petitors into atnce Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ can tho Milliner If you want hats pretty luces or new and styjlak belts you can get them at Miller Llghtfoots There is no secret about it oven tho children all go to SuUers for something good taeatT Sulzer8 Dont matter what your shape is tall fat or lean wo can fit you with a nice suit of clothes Sulzers Join our army of satisfied buyers if there Is anything now and fresh under tho sun we have it Sulzers Shaving sales this week got ono of - our mors mugs straps brushes and v soap and save dimes Sulzers You can not afford to buy anything In the eotton line outside of Vests house for we are on the ground lloor Special drives every day fn the week at my millinery store My prices are al- ways low Mrs lit Y Dunean You have two feet bring them to us and let u fit you with a pair of shoes tlurt will be a conforto you Supers No extra charge for style at my store beeaose I have no last years styles to wll MrsvII V Duncan the Milliner Briar vear beautiful head to my mil- Maery eetalilialimeHt and let me fit It WIMIajOYSl HHV Ml II ntJMnmu Â¬ returned homo yesterday Mr Archie Hopper of Louisville was in the city last Saturday the guest of his brother Percy Mrs Robt French of Union Star was the guest of Mr and Mrs Clayton Cross on last Sunday Mr L J Coffraan of tho Pure Seed Company Illllsboro Ohio was in tho city Monday night Mr Chintz Royalty returned from Henderson last Friday where he had been letting a mail contract MrEU II Deane of Glendeane was a passenger on the west bound train Monday enroute to Owensboro MrO P Bush and Mr Rldgoly Cayce of the Texas aro spending a few days down at Mobile Ala Mr Cayces old Tho most fearful sight that it was ever the lot of Cloverport peoplo to witness occurred early yesterday morning About 030 oclock when fow porsons were on tho street a commotion was heart anil as tho peoplo rushed to their front doors and windows a sight met their gnze that would almost mako the heart stand still A large horso was dashing through the streets at n fearful speed dragging n littlo boy several feet behind every leap threatening to dash tho littlo fellows brains out or wren lilm to pieces by the frightful jerks d It was little Wallio Lishen tho son of Charles Lishen tho city butcher The boy had lead the horso to the riv- Â¬ er to water nt the mouth of Center street tho lower wharf and was return- Â¬ ing home Ho was walking and leading the horse by a long halter At the corn- Â¬ er of Center and tho railroad tho horso became frightened at something and started to run when in Boino unaccount ablo way the end of the halter becamo looped over tho boys wi 1st and ho was jerked down Tho horso ran in Center street to Wall and turned up that street towards the bridge A few men who were on the streets tried to stop him buttheir efforts only seemed to frighten him tho more and mako him run the faster Tho un- Â¬ fortunate little boy was dragging at tho end of tho rope six or eight feet bohind tho horse nnd every leap would lift him clear of the ground and let him back on the hard graveled street with frightful forco As alternate gioans and screams were forced from his lips it was thought by all who witnessed tho horrible sight that lifo was gradually being pound Â¬ ed out of tho poor little follow Mr Lishen was at his butcher shop near tho west end of tho iron bridge and seeing tho perilous position of his child rushed out Into tho street to try to save him and tho horso either ran over him or kicked him down and went on Tho animal turned into Clover street around tho corner of tho butcher shop and ran into a pile of lumber in a vacant lot back of tho shop Here tho ropo was cut and the child was released from his fearful steed Mr Lisbon had arrived about this timo and picking his boy up ho carried him up to FiBbers drug store The store was not yet opened and ho started to Short IlayneV but just at this timo he was overcome by excitement and fell in the street with his child yet In his arms By this timo other help bad arrived and both wore carried to Short Haynes drug store whero medical aid soon arrived It was soon discovored that the boy was not fatally hurt but Mr Listen seemed to bo dying Tho two were removed to tho Lishen residence on Oak street but it was several hours before Mr Lisbon revived Then it was discovered that Instead of it being a faint he had receiv- Â¬ ed internal injuries when the horso ran over him in tho street Tho boy was sovorely cut and bruised about the head and body but no bones were fractured and ho will get well Yesterday evening Mr Lishen was rest Â¬ ing some easier though it cannot yet be told how bad ho is hurt The horse dragged tho boy a distance of moro than four squares or a quartor of a milo and it is only a miracle that he escaped with bis life twelve-year-ol- Never before lias there been such a sacrifice Study your own interest nnd Examine the Material Examine the Workmanship Examine and Compare Prices You will find Bargains Bargains Bai gains in every department she can get the best value for her money JULIUS WINTER OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS S CO I used to buy my shoes down town but I dropped into Sulzers the other day to see if they were selling Shoes as cheap as they advertise Bought three pair quicker than scat ECornerThird and Market Sts Louisville Ky NIPPEDJIM H GOING THROUGH THE TOWN Wills Catchos a Dotectivo J Horso Thief Who Is Wanted at A Gang of Cracksmen Tallent Is Jofforsonvillo Ind Paying Us Almost Nightly Visits John H Dorsoy Falls Into the Hands of tho Law When Ho Is That wo havo somo thieves in our midst is an evident fact Least Expecting It A WHOLE GANG flie BaK the kid wouldnt wear a shoe t come from Sulzers OF THEM Ban Off From Home Ono day last week a strange boy made hia nppcarancQ in Cloverport and was attracting some attention by his suspic- Â¬ Detectlvo Wills inter- Â¬ ious behavior Am Zttssnz ttm wxk hiatal flrowu Ir BlttttM wu - Muy Persons or viewed him and after telling several other taleB he finally said that hia name was Wardrip and that his homo waa homo He said that ho was Mr Felix A Elder Who has been over near Brandenburg mistreated at homo and had run away ht Loitchileld a couplo of weeks looking age and forwhlto horses will return home to- Â¬ Ho waa about fourteen years of had an anchor In bluo ink on his left morrow fore arm James Fousheo and son Flem and Dave Brown are all up in Nelson county The Darke and His Check this week talking up the Nickel Plate Ono of the incidents of the boom at Nursery of Ekron Chattanooga which happened to fall un- Â¬ Hes Got One Rev and Mrs S G Shelly liavo gone der my Immediate observation interest Â¬ David M Duncan ia now the happy to Highway Clinton county Kentucky ed me greatly Bald a Tonnesseean A to visit Row Shellys father They will negro there had come into tho ownership possessor of a bran now 125 Columbia of W O Allon tho bo gone about three weeks of a small piece of real estato worth bicycle purchased local agont Dr S S Wntkins has moved into the when ho got it about 100 During tho property he recently purchased of James boom this property becamo very desir Â¬ T Sklllman It is the former Skillman able and could probably have been bought for very few hundred dollars had rsldenco on lower Wall street tho wouldb purchaser not scared the Mrs Alonzo Dow ell and Mrs McCans Glvo the ought to bo fat of Bowloyvlllo and Big Spring respect Â¬ darkey by offering hiin several thousand Thin Bablos a chanco Give ively who have been visiting Mrs S G but a deal waa finally closed for 10000 and the negro went to the bank with a thorn Shelley returned homo last weok money to get It is whispored aboutthatthe Hardlns check do the want it asked tho you flow burg correspondent is mistaken when he pflftliiftr tq Hard saysttharfiaH Bpirdcemea up Glbjt to mo in sllber iDsburg to visit his best girl It is The cashier began to pile up the sacks girl Uvea thought here tliat Sams best of silver and the negros eyes grew bigger Cloverport and bigger Fiually he could stand it no longer Bill Fierce li Dead Stop boss he said gib me adol the Cream of CobVUver OH We spoke of the serious Illness of Wra lah and a half and keep de res fer me with hypophosphltes and R Pierce last week and now it la our St Loula Globe Demoerat watch thorn grow Fat Chub Â¬ painful duty to anneunee his death He by Hoalthy Bright Phyi 12iIW oeloek on Wednesday died at Dr R T Dempster of Rock Vale has Funeral services just returned fre morning May 33 eians the world over endorse Galveston Texas were held next day at the residence of where he atte4ed tUe aaatMlneeUng 11 hie brother K B PUree ami the re of the National AseoeiaUoa ofjmjroad rj Sy4stWl Wt fc nln were interred la the City oeiue Siirgeorw wbleb waa In seailan la tbat Uy He waS6 years oi aft city taet week An important arrest was mado by De- Â¬ tectlvo J H Wills in this city last Wed Â¬ nesday On tho dav beforo a Btranjjer riding a good young horso arrived in tho city and instead of going to a livcry stauie ho sought lodging for hiinself and horso at a negro housoin tho suburbs of tho town Ho was a white man and these peculiar actions excited tho suspicions of tho necro who informed detectivo Wills of tho strangers presence Wills saw tho man and pretendingly tried to buy his horse Tho horso was for sale and tho conflicting accounts tho stranger gavo of his identity and how ho came by tho animal soon convinced tho detectivo that tho horse was stolen Ho placed tho man under arrest and then began to question him closely Tho stranger first said that his name was Jack Hendrick and that his homo was a fow miles abovo Brandenburg whero his father owned a largo farm Tho tele- Â¬ phone soon proved this to bo false Tho horse had been recently shod and the rider said that ho had this done by a negro blacksmith in Brandenburg this was soon disproved through tho tele- Â¬ phone Ho then said that his name was John Henry Dorsey and his homo was at JefTersonvillo Ind Jeffersonvillo waa then called and the authorities thero soon learned that this was the truth and tho description of tho horso exactly tallied with an animal that a man named Isaac Blythe residing at Fern Orovohad had stolen a few nights beforo Dorsoy was then placed in tho Clover-Â¬ port jail and when ho saw that ho was caged for good ho mado a confession Ho said that on tho Sunday night beforo two men named Vincent ond Murray respectively camo to him in Jefferson vjlle with two horses and wanted him to take one of them and run it away and sell it This he agreed to do and con Â¬ sequently Murray gavo him tho horso ho Ho was told to como to Was riding Clovorport with tho horso whero ho would find ready salo for tho animal while Vincent would take tho other one above Louisville into tho Cedar Glade country and disposo of it Ho also says that Vincent and Murray belong to the old Ellard gang of horso thieves who havo beon operating in Kentucky and Indiana of recent years On Wednesday night Mr Blytho and Qhief of Police Wm F Cisco of Jefler sonville camo to Cloverport and thoy readily recognized both tho horso and the man They took thorn back to JefTer sonvllle where next day Dorsey plead not guilty and waa placed in jail in default of a 500 bond Both Murray and Vincent tho other men Implicated aro known to Blytho and Cisco though it is not known hero whether they have yot been arrested On last Thursday night Oelzos lour- Â¬ ing mill vros entered nnd an attempt made to crack tho safe Tho knob of the safe had been struck with somo heavy instru- Â¬ ment and broken off but then tho thieves failed to get tho money inBido and left without doing further harm Thero was a considerable amount of money In tho sale but the cracksmen were probably frightened away beforo they got to it Tho entrance to tho mill was mado through tho engine room and by forcing tho door from tho engine room to tho mill room TUB DEPOT 11ANSACKK1 A hop skip and a jump from the Post office Hot Weather Is Here And every ono must try and mtiko themselves ns comfortable as possible Wo havo in now an iinmcnso stock of Dress Goods such as MULLS On Saturday night the Texas depot was entered by breaking a window in the sitting room and forcing tho door that leads into tho office Tho cash and and ticket drawers wero ransacked but tho robbers only obtained 3oc for their trouble VESTS ARE VISITED On Monday night Vests store was en- Â¬ tered in some mysterious manner Not a lock was broken but the back and front doors and Ono window was found wide open Tiio combination of tho safo had been perfectly struck and tho safe door w as standing open Tho papers and drawers wero scattered over tho CIIAILIES PERCALES DIMITIES and lloor and every cash drawer in every department had been forced For all this work tho thclves probably procured three or four dollars in change No goods of auy kind could bo missed out ot tho stock One SHIRTINGS And all styles of OXFORD TIES From the largest to tho smallest And a beautiful lino of tho windiest FANS you ever saw in a variety of styles and colors Fare Bound Trip T will sell tickets ono The L St L faro for the round trip from Irvington to Cloverport and from Owensboro to Clo vorport on Juno 13 from Irvington to Fordsvillo on June 14 from Irvington to Hardinsburg and from Fordsvillo to Har dinsburg Juno 15 and from Gusto n to West Point Juno 10 tho occasions be Â¬ ing Jhon Robinsons show The same rates will be given from all way stations EUROPEAN Dont forget us when you get hot Very Respectfully SOVEREIGNS Haujr Piut Serenty Tet Still Ilullnr With the Tower of Youth Tho Almanach do Gotha for 1801 has buried in its numerous finely printed pagos so mo interesting facts as to tho ages of European sovereigns Tho old Â¬ est of all is tho pope who is in his eighty fourth year Next comes tho Grand Duke of littlo Luxemburg who is Tho king of Denmark and tho 70 Queen Victoria and tho Grand Duko of Mecklenburg Strelltz 74 Thero aro six B F Beard Co KY HARDINSBURG Tf- Grand Duke of Saxe Weimar aro 75 II III Babies other sovereigns who aro older than 70 11 who aro between 00 and 70 and five who an between CO and 00 Eleven are between 40 and 50 two between 80 and 40 and two moro between 20 and SO Tho youngest three sovereigns aro King Alexander of Servia 17 Queen Wilhel mlnaof tho Netherlands IB and Alfonso XIII of Spain 7 Queen Victoria has had the longest reign 501 years Emperor Franz Josef has reigned 45 years tho Grand Duko of Baden 41 years the Grand Dukes of Oldand enburg of of Saxo Alteuburg 40 years each b our teen of tho soyeroigns of Europohavo reigned fewer than 10 years During 1803 threo new sovereigns ascended tho throno They aro Princo Georgo of Schanmburg Llppe Prince Frederick of Waldeck and Duko Alfred of Coburg better known as the Duko of Edinburch Â¬ ANOTHERAT STRIKE o-TTSiron- sr- Now is the time to get bargains We want to begin closing out our Spring Goods If you want a Bargain come now Carpets 1 We will sell Carpets Carpets Mattings Mats Blinds Window Poles etc cheaper than any rrmn Come quick before all the Guesses arc gone See our new line of Custom fpr the Dresser Clock and Toilet Set Made Ladies nnd Childrens Oxfords and remember we will sell our Spring nnd Summer Dress Goods under regular pi ices We want your Chickens Eggs Butter Wool and every thing that farmers raise We want the people to know that we want their Wheel Emulsion ikrt Scotts iHiMaMr Horses- Columbian Wc nre making some fine Tin Roofing Guttering Bucket Work etc from the best Tin mndt We will make your Screen Doors Buckets now and Windows and have them to order Come and see us wc nre always in the fight with cheap CJicap High or Low Grade Goods and we pat accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this wc are the men and the place for Good Dont buy a Bike Till you sco what Quality reasonable prices and prompt attention With thanks for your many favors and your much kindness we you like arc yqurs Old Reliable Store TIN WORK GUSTON KY vw ijlUI VH H Arc acknowledged leaders wfc CuiHI4 tAsurttfll bottom aUaftwli MlNLihUlMuio rXaMWfWfc rOWf HMttl WUIIUHM lAMt IMMau dtHtMMl Ism of BuwrlaOiwrautOftiii IUt treTriruonyitHintl i ontumpnoi orBMOlobeacu MMunarMMK liiMnllr tlUH wgmb ifa K iniiramTrrr 1WMWI Ol t MANHOOD RESTORED KKIM FMM41 h1u Agent Itu Mlalm o WrtKrf A lt WIUEKmluy C MAUI IN Onu Mtdtil Rik Mat WWW HWM TMBPM UBICMO ka bnrfv m fV i i Jbll l a immn t iiiiHftHfiirfrMini - YlujjjUulli p wim i 4 W wff 6 Highest of nil n Leavening Power ifv 4 1 - 4v r 4 tw--- pi J - TW - nprr t - t Jli7 - -i - - f j - 7 iWp - I V n - I 1 THEX Latest U S Govt Report BRKOKKNRIDGK SIROCCO moved to his now NEVWS- - OLOYRRPORT I K1Y residence Mr Tlioe Phillips is in from Kansas for a short stay Mr Georgo Lyddan of Webster was in our midst last week Mrs Titos Barryman is very sick nt this writing Mrs Ernmit Miller after a two weeks visit in tho old Hoosicr state has return- Â¬ ed home Mrs Cliarlio Brown got a fall tho flnt of last week and I hear was badly hurt Hob Mercer reports having had quite Breckenridge News a nico timo at Ilardlnsburg last Monday but havo not been able to learn tho particulars Jno D It V 0 Baohage Editors and Proprietri night Its astonishing how somo people try Tom Mooro was out from Ilardlnsburg to climb up and mako their mark in the WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1894 Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs world by grabbing hold nnd clinging to J T Mooro a hogs tall Ha ha ha Miss Lizzie Unulley has ri turned to Could we with ink the ocean fill her homo at lllack Hock Come again Were earth of parch nent made RoYal THEJMJNK Is Trapped Baking Powder John Atwill lias Tom Thornsbcrry has whitewashed his U 8 Mail wngon nnd erected a top to it but tho top sticks up so high above the aforesalt Toms head its a hard matter for him to keep tho sun out He has streamers flopping in the bretz S now in fact his peculiar looking turnout seems to bo a regular adveitlsing Instltuton If ho only had a stngo horn nnd falsa face for himself aud each of his horses ho would lake the enko for originality Well you Attract much attention fcfyryTVcMRfflyTycCs Country Merchants All Cuss Us WHY The merchants curs us because wo tako their trndo away J tho pcoplo bless us because wo give them more for their money than any othor house in Kcntt ey Been doing this for fifteen doing it for folks all over the country doing it for years more and more of them every day ABSOLUTELY PURE snlder Ono of the MostValuablo Fur-Boa- r- ing Animals and How Ho Miss Lizzie Mrs Milton Coke who has been on tho sick list for the past week is now How a Man From the Wooden meg Stato Sold tho Hldo of a Cow TRICKS OF THE TRADE Nut- - Do you know what is one of tho most important fur animals that wo have Well said a Fifth avenue fur dealer it is tho common malodorous skunk but you never hear of skunk fur in a re- Â¬ tail store We sell it as black marten and it enters largely into the trimmings of cloaks mulllers and such articles It is really a fine soft long fur and rather costly There ought really to bo no prejudice against skunk fur as such as it is thoroughly deodorized and perfectly cleanly and healthful to wear Skunk is a disagreeable word simply because the animal is capable of making an extreme- Â¬ ly disagreeable ordor But if a skunk is not molested he will not use his power- Â¬ ful and unique mums of defense It is a fact that somo trappers have successfully started skunk stock farms Tho wholly black animals are tho most valuable as a pure black skin of good sizo will bring SI 00 while striped with while sell as low as L5a Of course the fur can bo dyed and is dyed but tho trappers have gonerally lost this differ enco in price on the striped skins late ly howeyer some of the country boys have taken to fooling the fur buyers by dyeing the furs themselves with mus- Â¬ tache dye or some other concoction Great is tho wrath of the dealers when they detect such trickB There is n story up in Connecticut that ono trap per passed ofT a lot of imitation skunk skins on a buyer who was too tipsy to see the deception until it was too lato to trace it The trapper had tho skin of a jet black Holstein cow that had grown a line long fur by the animals previous exposure to tho blasts of winter This cowhide he carefully cut up to imitate skunk skins tails and all counting them out rapiply to tho dealer along with the genuine skins ho made them pass the befuddled inspection of tho buyer and got about S O for the cows hide all the whole animal was worth The skins were baled and sent to New York After that this particular dealer1 never bought skunk skins when he was tight One of the ways of trapping the skunk Ir to prop up a heavy Hat stone by a series of sticks bent and joined togeth- Â¬ er so as to represent a figure 4 On the horizontal bar of the figure a piece of meat generally skunks llesh is placed and a slight disturbance of this bait springs the trap and tho heavy stone falls on tho animal When the skunk is caught in common steel traps it is shot by a bullet through the head a perform- Â¬ ance that requires caution and good marksmanship At a recent largo sale of furs in London the kind that exceeded all others in aggregate value was tho ordinary musk nit The wily denizens of brooks and ponds are trapped in great numbers in this country They can bo easily traced by their paths leading to the waters edge but tho trap must bo placed under water in the mud as they are too wiso to get into any trap set on Bhoro Though muskrot skins sell as low as 10c apiece tho value of tho fur caught every year amounts to millions of dollars The red and silver foxes however furnish the most sport for the fur hunter The skins bring from 150 to and a suc- Â¬ cessful days sport has both its pecuniary profit and fund of enjoyment Many hunters carefully protect tho female foxes and their young so far as possible so as to insure plenty of sport and furs in New York Tritho fall and winter bune Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ improving The ladies of tho M K church are busy cutting rags for a new carpet for tho Iarsouage Wo are sorry to learn of tho illness of our little friend Miss Maggie Whcatly at Ilardlnsburg We regret to say that Mrs 11 A Cun difT has been quite unwell since her re- Â¬ turn from Smlthland Fiotn tho flaming posters that meet our eyes one would think that John Rob insons show was right at our door Itev Knimett Glasscock and wlfo are singing Buhy mine to a little cherub which brother Emmett proudly calls Papas little man Miss Alma Hicks has returned from Caneyvillo and is the guest of her mo ther at Mrs Milton Cokes Glad to see you Miss Alma Mr Lafo Cannon and sister Miss Cla- Â¬ ra of Long Lick accompanied by Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes spent Sunday af- Â¬ ternoon at Mr Will McDauiels Miss Alice Dockery is tho best eques- Â¬ trienne in town It does ono good to see the healthful exorcise bring tho roses to her cheek and the sparkle to her pretty dark eyes News has reached us of the illness of Mr Mooro McDnaiel of Chattanooga Tcnn Mooro is ono of our boys and we are sorry to hear of his sufferings May ho speedily recover Last Thursday Dr McMullin was call- Â¬ ed in haste to the bedsido of Mr Dick Pumphrey who had met with the se- Â¬ rious misfortune of having his leg broken Wo have not learned tho particulars Miss Leila CundifT who has been visiting her sister in Butlercounty for some months has returned homo to tho de Â¬ light of her many friends Wo hope to have ono of her spicy letters in the Nkws next week The appeal from Yellow Lake seemed to have the desired effect for on lost Sat urday evening Hoseland was the scene of gay festivity In the parlor the sweet songs of Misses Margaret Rhodes and Mittie Fraize charmed tho attentive list ncr while in the dancing hall light feet kept timo to merry music of violin aud guitar All return thanks to their kind host Mr J L Rhodes and his churni ng wife and daughter for the delightful evening Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our merchants better half has just re- Â¬ turned from tho Little Bond where she and Mrs Ed Atwill spent a week visiting friends Darby was left solo occupant again and looked as forlorn as a sick lamb on a bleak hillside nil the weok His mouth stood open llko cellar doors in town and lie would over now and then lift up his ears to catch tho silvery ac centsof Joans voice but sho was not His tongue refused to wag he didnt Were every single slick a quill Kch man a scribe ly traile becm to know whence people comcth or To write the tricks of half the race whither they wentetli His anxiety for Would ilrtnk the ocean dryt her return was stronger than the kick of Gallants beware look sharp take care a young cow and as selfish as a young The Mind eat many a lly boy in his first pair ot pantaloons As Mrs Martha Huynes is quite feeble the song bird hankers for the light of again Dr Wells of Brandenburg is day so longed he for his housekeeper her attending physician As we turned our horses lientl homeward Length of life brings with it many wo heard a tea cup hit the floor with a alllictions that we were wunt to dispell crash and tho desultory accents of his but nature has her plan mapped out and sonorous voice blated out Fool that I wo go the way of nil tho earth accordwas If I ever let her leave here sguln ing to the constitution that wo have in- Â¬ you can blast my socks herited Some tiinis a little extra care Noah had n fine garden and i verj thing in tempering our often delicate frames to inclement weather will lengthen our in it was as fresh as a posy with dew stay for a season but wo at last succumb drops clinging to it on Friday morning the 18th lust when Noahs pap stood ill to the enevitable In vain we battle with our fate tho mldttand with fatherly prido viewed Tn alter Its decree What ml jht hae changed it comet too late the wonderful results of his first begot- What God ordains wlllTje tens manly efforts after ho had shutlled Â¬ ORDER Older anything you need wlion you cant como to Louisville in CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS SHOES OK HATS Try us on these special things in Boys Clothing Boys Wash Pants or Thin Coats 39o each Boys Wash Blouse Suits 74c to 250 Boys Woolen Blouse Sailor Suits 79o to 300 Boys Scotch Mixture Double breasted Suits two pairs of Pants at 2 same in finest All wool Cheviots with two pairs of Pants and Cap to match at 450 size 5 to 15 Send for our handsome Spring and Summer Catalogue by which you may be guided Money always refunded if goods do not prove entirely satisfactory BY MAIL r - fA Country Buyers All O WAKl II Cr ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssnsKs A 131 CO JSLT2 Gr JUNE 13 IN MAJESTIC SPLENDOR Us eWjlO PSTrk rarMirit crTl WT I SsssssssssssHssssscsssssssssKssssssssssssssssBBk rtCfluingUt HsBKbLsBBIIM 5 KtaWsssss2jk I fc iltrilalssssssssssss 9 It9 v3l 9Y TO CLOVERPORT WEDNESDAY This handsome American Lever Nickel or Black Case Watch nltli Nickel or Oxydlted chain and charm Is presenter to every purchaser of Goods to the amount ol 812 or over Pur Â¬ chase cards frccf and If fis worth Is not bought atone lime every purchase will be punched on then the the cards until the amount Is f la Watch will he delivered KLEISMHANS SIMONSON Unrivaled and Without a Peer In tlio Realm of Auiuteinonts John Robinsons GREAT WORLDS EXPOSITION IVIarxxiriotlx SHOE AND CLOTHING CO 424 to 434 Wost Market Street LOUISVILLE KY WBIG SHO WS1A V off the indolence of his honeymoon and prepared himself for the heat and hur den of tho long sunshiny days The peas tho beans tho potatoes tho early corn everything was exquisitely beauti- Â¬ ful Xot a single dwarf plant of any de If You Want the The Ladder Broke Mr Galen Rarbee while painting on Mrs Sallie Millers house one day last week had a step ladder to break from under him and precipitate him to the floor Ho fell on his left shoulder and injured it to such an extent that he is not yet able to use it and is compelled to carry it in a sling Tired Natures Sweet Restorer INSOMNIA CONSTIPATION RHEUMATISM URKI WITH THE- -- AND ELEGTROPOISE I am delighted with tho Eleetrnpolse It has cured mo of rheumatism insomnia and constipation Have also found it ef Â¬ fective in croup and bilious colic Noth ing would tempt mo to part with tho lit- Â¬ tle instrument I sometimes call it tired natures sweet restorer Often when tired after some unusual exertion I use it for an hour nnd feel afterward as Â¬ The Largest and Oldest Amusement Organization In Existence- - SEVENTY YEARS OP SUOOESS Now without n peer In the Clreui World Unrivaled and uneiaaled In the Nations Illitorr Its tremendous msgnltude colossal extent and mammoth proportions surpassing all rlralf In conjunction with the acknowledged masterpiece of scenlo magnificence THE OltAND HMM0AL SPECTACLE Solomon His Temple and the Queen of Sfieba though I had taken a tonic Yours truly Mrs FRANK LOCKKTT Henderson Ky A REVELATION TO THE WORLD Elaborately produced at an outlay of 100000 Introducing the grandest scenery costumes emblems armors trappings all historically correot and the Lest trained and most beautiful ballet dancers In America A universal press pulpit and people hare combined In extolling iu uuijr Kruu prouueuon tiir uuuwaiNU KVKNT OF MANS QENIUS ST VITUS DANCE Tho- - I i SSfa- - BSl Chariot Willis Green Falls of Rough was Hacei of the days of Ancient Home Immense Hippodrome Track hero Thins Jay and Friduy A GREAT FUTURE Oussio Hornback is lying at tho point f M8DiaiHyppointoa and ipUndidij lVTornl of death with typhoid fever From what I have seen of tho Electro hkU re prMBtj quipped poise I think it a good thing and am less novel feats by ton largest and best troupe of equestrians and gymnasts on the globe Rev B A CundifT is at Vino Grove sure it has a great future attending District Conference J D REEVES f The best selected and most comprehensive In Messrs Miles and Rock two grocery existence surpassing in magnitude tbo largest Owensboro Ky drummers were here Tuesday Dologlcal collection In the world and constantly recuperated from the wilds and jungle of Africa Asia Europe North and South America by a large corps of special agents Mr Joslah Parsons of Leitchflcld vis itcd his fathers family lost week For particulars address The most exhilarating and pleasant event of a lifetime will be to witness ourMagnlfioet Miss Sallie Bennett of Axtol was vk Triumphal Spectacular Street Pageant the most entrancing the most exciting the most de- Â¬ Itiuj Miss Minnie Rhodes last week lightful the grandest richest and most dassllog fret holiday demonstration aver beheld In Electropoiso makes tho patient danco for Joy that this annoying aud serious disease has been cured Mp little girl had an attack of St Vitus McDanicl is quite sick Juett Danco last year and by careful attention V II Burton was here last week and medical treatment was relieved still Mrs Forrest Galloway of Cave Spring her health was not good and the attack was hero Friday returned this spiing We gave the Mrs MJ Harrul is visiting her son Electropoiso a trial and it gave her great Mr J T Mooro benefit curing her quickly nnd her health is better than usual Wo aro very Mrs Mary Wilson is visiting her brc much pleased with iU effect Mr A R there at Leitchflcld Harry Meredith of Loltch fluid was Jones and his wife have recolved great benefit from the uso of tho Electropoiso hero Thursday night Yours truly O II MURPHY Miss Delia Hunter paid a Hying visit Modlsonville Ky to West View last weok McDANIELS In the Circus Department a Multitude of New Features 1 Marvelous and amusing Artists of known ability and world wide reputations In grand and msjeslle acts completely dwarfing an thing ever before attempted Daring and Intrepid feats Greatest aerial acts ever devised Astonishing and startling q every department A monster Hippodrome Introducing the greatest stable of thoroughbred horses ever beheld Marvelous Bchaolcf Educated Animals vast and comprehensive Aquarium rare and attractive Aviary colossal Museum of Animate Curios and vWld electrifying and amailng ly reallstio Wild West Exposition i MonsTia Railrojd TilKS 60 Dobblihnotii Eiiil Oaks required rot its Over 1000 men women and children TRiMaroRTATloit Eoyal Boman Hippodrome Striorlv otriLtiy etJ Pas circus UU-V-Uf- lUfJUUerie scription protruded sufficiently to mar tho old mans enthusiastic vision His cup of exultation being filled to the brim he hobbled off down the hill to the old homestead and took a rest Sunday morning he was up with tho birds and concluded to climb tho mount and feast his eager eyes again Hut when ho stood where it was his delight to muse but a day ago u change came oer the spirit of his dream the cut worms had been there they had swopt every plant from tho garden except one pea and ono bean and while tho gloomy expression of the old mans eyes were casting a long lingering raeloncholy look at the de- Â¬ vastated aspect before him a big fat cut worm with the cheek of Lucifer crawled up and cut thorn down right under his very nose The old gentle man was parol z d Hut the strangest part of the story is yet to bo told When tho old man prostrated himself on the earth ho graveled into a hill where tho plant was not when lo and behold he raked up seventeen cut worms Itobert tho 14 or 15 year old and GUSTON KY youngest son of Jack aud Narcissus Wil liamswho reside near Salem churchthis county left homo the 0th inst with a determination of seeking his fortune along the borders of Tennessee Ho hav Â¬ ing learned through his geography that coffee grows on white oak trees and the river flows with honoy In that part of tho world He had for sevoral days dug sassafras bushes and found nothing at their roots but cut worms At irluiiiifuclurerai Fuctory Price Free on board nl Vlucliiiiail o so lie concluJed to vacate his absence leave his childhoods happy homo down NATIONAL CARRIAGE HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O on the farm nnd trust hisfortuno to the Top Buggy at 45 00 dictutes of a venturesome mind No ono rtoau wagon 32 00 f at home had an inkling of what was Phaeton 62 50 working in tho young mans mind His S u r r ey 76 00 going was as calm and serene as the on Carriage 132 50 ward flow of a ripplesa stream just mov Spring Wagon 45 00 ed on and that was all His parents Road Cart II 00 thought ho was visiting at tho house ot a No 001 Buggy Harness 5 25 neighbor until he failed to put in his Barouche Harness No 1080 10 75 appearauco at homo tho following day Light Double Harness No 1177 15 75 when they began to feel uneasy Search Team Harness -- No 1202 17 00 Mas Instigated but to no avail seemed aa Our Prices on other Styles and Grades aro equally low Tho work would oleosa though the earth had opened and swalTry It once and you will have no lowed him up After several days had you and nit entire satisfaction Our VeJiIcles Harness and Saddles includo a full and coinnleto other line elapsed news readied them that some Â¬ Purca8 B VeIlcI5 Harness or Saddle dont fail to aeo or body had met him some wliero between cor es nd It Weldon and Louisville pedfstranislng Ills way to tho metropolitan city where it Is supposed ho expected to see the HARDINSBURG KY sights and then steer his course in tho Who has Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue and LWt of our full of Tennessee where it seems direction SMSu aKPatr0na80 aDd wircheellly wer ny further inquirila he had at somo time told some of the neighborhood boys ho wasgoing Noth He Can save Yon Money 1 Is that any Object to you ing else has been heard from him at this 111 Til il writing ii s a Ioau nmo lor a young man to start out afoot back with no ono to guide him and no money in his NOTICE pockota Tis a trying old world any The way one jriU tossed hither and yon and Hopper partnership of Alex Heron and Perey known under the style of Heron not a bit will it mind his rautteriiifts Is this day dissolved by mutual eoosent A Co ml a rAKVIriU klckncM or Iniurv t Nn In my minds ears methlnks I can liabilities of the nrin are assumed by All LICITY They build up the and bJiS the theeoinpleilon leaving NO WKINKLaW already hear Itobert crying in sad refrain seolor partner Alex Heron who also baa tba Of bblDs STOUT ABOOMENS with Little Emily sola right of collecting tba debts etc due the breathing surely relieved No EXPERIMENT Highest Market Price t J For Your Produce and want to buy your Goods at m Rock Bottom Prices Call on C E BRYANT BUGGIES - k Vf u v t And other Vehicles Harness and Saddles Unequaled in Style Workmanship and Durability 4i fy a Â¬ McCLURE Agdlt w w- rv JK 1 FAT PEOPLE li DuBois Webb Or Prices Cream Baking Powder WmMi fair JHfbMt Award any ago or country 509 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky Deors 0pH at I and 7 P M PerfrmaMfs anheur latar Oh how blind was I to follow Where the band of danger led Daixlrd by the dreams of snlcndor Till the visions brlxht had Tied And realities grim shadow Mocking ma on every hand Drive me baa to friends beloved To the old ark so the Madt said Arm Am llnox to do Paaov Horria Mr Heroa will still continue nadir the nana of Hefa k Co OtoTHpori Ky May Wk ISM Us1bm but a Kientiiic and positive relief after years of experience All orders wwSlel direct from wr oce llce lj00 pir pictaS or three packages for tsm by mall poeSJJfi Testimonials and nartlcuUa MwFSsvsrssb