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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jj4tttlHiWrtir t f - urn r wMMtf nv r 1 I V1FflpPSiW9r TtVr mfyrvmr UVJff- - MT V 1 MMMMMMPOMMMI j UF TfrT w C r VOL XVIII DECORATION THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY On 1 JUNE 6 1894 NO 46 MSMMMSgfflBMEi V Me v 1 i We are met here to day to do honor to tlio lueinoiy of the brave and heroic dead All over this broad hind of ours npiiMhcH are being made orations deliv end and graws decorated with garlands The Soldlor Dead Aro Remembered of llowii H and nil this is being done to commemorate the great Kaciiflccs and In a Handsomo Manner at daring deeds of tlio soldiers who sleep beneath tho sod of thoso gallant men Tauls School houso who in tin dark days of 01 rushed to nrms at their countrys call These cere Â¬ monies nro being Patriotic Spoochos Aro Mado Flags living comrades ofparticipated in by tho their dead compan ions Theru can be nothing more touch Aro Waved and Flowors ing than the generous solicitude with which tho sol liers who still survive Aro Scattered keep aiivo and green tho memory nnd V deed of thoso who linve gono on before A HISTORIC SPOT It tins been n long time since tho condition of your country called upon you to serve it in tho capacity of soldiers A largo crowd of peolo gathered nt Your heads have been silvered overwitli hauls school houso on the 0th ult to the frosts of many winters somo are observe Decoration Day with appro- - totering on tho very verge of the grave it will not bo until tho prlato services to decorate the gnives aud survivor shall so very long and sleep bust puss away of the soldier dead that lay sleeping in in the silent city of the dead And then it will devolve upon tho younger generacemeteries near there The ceremonies wero conducted by tion to reverence aud cheiish the mem ns you of nil tho soldier dend Murray Post No 11 department of ory survlvots have cherished even memory the the Kentucky G A It of that part of the Grand Army who Capt Vin Ahl was selected to deliver sleep under the stars And wu will be tlio welcome address and he spoke as true to tho trust which you shall be queath to us Every year wo will assent follows bli on the 30th day ot May and do honor A Comrades of the G It ladies unto your memory And all honor is friends and fellow citizens beingselected due unto thoso who went forlh to do to deliver the welcome address upon this battle for their country to preserve tho occasion it being the llrst decoiatiou Union and to beat back the advancing services held by the Post since its organ- Â¬ tido of dissolution ization and not being accustomed to Other men gave their moral support such duties it is a somewhat etnbarrcss for tho war too soldier gave his personing undertaking But nevertheless al service Itich men gao of their when wu have duties imposed upon us money tho soldier gave his blood wo perform such duties to tho best Other men lent to the prosecution of tho anil of our ability tho blutiio should not rest war their intellect and ability but tlio wholly upon us So in behalf of Murray soldier gave his life No orator how- Â¬ Post No 10 Dept of Kentucky G A It ever eloquent no poet however sweet- Â¬ I extend to eacti and every ono present ly ho sings can paint or picture the u hearty welcome and sincerely ask that great hnrdships nnd sacrifices or tho you assist us to the best of your ability valient deeds of arms moro glowingly in any aim uvery way you can to make than the actual reality You all or at this Decoration u success The origin of this beautiful custom of least a great many of you know that decorating with flowers the graves of tlio during the year of 1801 to 1805 this coun nations dead may bo traced to General try went tnrougii witii ono ot the great John A Logan the black eagle of est wars that a country ever experienced Illinois The object the idea and aim a rebellion on the pait of the Southern of this practice is to keep aiivo in tho states which required the enlistment of minds o our people tbe Heroism ot tno over two and one half million of men to and to inculcate put down Now to bIiow you what an patriotism in tho minds and hearts of enormous undertaking this was 1 will our citizens And no better way could givu you a fcwllgtircsoithcdiHerentcalls have been adopted to tench these lessons luudu by the Ilcsident of the lriiited than that of honoring nnd reveieuciug States lor Midlers and tlni number fur those who defendid thu Union mid the nirihed constitution As fur back as history can On April 15 ISOUlio President called take us wo eun llud traces of this idea for 75tX0 three months men again on There is a glamour und a halo surround- Â¬ May II 1801 he called for 82748 Ithreo ing the soldier heroes of every nation years men and on July 22 and 25 of the and of every clime All peoplo of every Bumo year ho called for 610000 more age unite to ascribe to thein uvery virtue thrre years men and on July 2 1802 for nnd surround thorn with a halo of glory y 300000 more for three years and ton such aswo are 110 willing shouldenCir n August 4 1802 300000 more for 0 months cleatlie brows of aby other men In fact service Again on Juno IS 18U3 forY YP tif we baye any generous feelings or 100000 six months men and finding this noble impulses at all are all hero wornumber insufhclent on Oct 17 1803 he shipers and those who claim tlio greater made another call for 300000 three years part of our worship are tho heroes of troops and on Feb 1 1804 ho made a war The ancient Greeks and Romans like call for 200000 more for three years enshrined their memory in their hearts Then in following up tho calls we find and mado gods of them when thoy died on oiarcn Hisui unit he asks lor 200000 When tlin bravo Spartaus undr Leoni more men for three years Then on das their king resisted to the death the April 23 1804 he seemed to think that invnsiori of tho great army under Xerxes there was not much moro lacking but the government raised a monument to calls for 85000 men tlieir memory inscribed tlio names of So things worry nloug until July 181804 tho three hundred gallant Spartan dead Finding that there was more men need Â¬ on it and added this simple legend ed ho asks tho country to furnish 500 Go stranger and to Lacedaemon tell 000 more one two and three years men That here obeying her behests wo foil So it seems that overvthlnu went alone Tho ltoiuaus erected triumphal arches satisfactorily in that lino until Dec 10 ill honor of ther victorious generals and 1804 when the last call for 300000 more conquering emperqrs Many of them ouo two nnd three years men was made still attesting the glory of tho departed which runs the total up o the enohnous heroes of ancient times Napoleon rear- Â¬ number of 2042748 and the total number ed the Bridge of Jena and the Temple of of enlistments went up to 2000401 Glory to the mempry of his soldiers who Now comrades and friends I have mado possible so many magnificent vic- Â¬ - simply mentioned these facts to show as tories and the conquerors of Marengo I have said before what an enormous and Austeilitz aro inadei immortal by en Â¬ undertaking it was to put down this re- Â¬ during works of art So in our own time bellion of 1801 to 1805 that in 1894 we and country this custom has been follow- Â¬ frequently allude to as a littlo difference ed and a grateful peoplo have not been of opinion as it is termed between tho backward in commemorating tho brave Horth and tho South deeds ot theifr soldier feJlow ejtiiens t Now Gentlemen end Indies Will not VVhlle monumentshnVo been reared and go into details far enough to show you statues erected to perpetuate their mem Â¬ the number ot men furnished by each of ory and tlieir deeds tho hearts of their Ftrntififti fillnviVtifti4 rtf ttTn fnn tin rnnl ine 4U Btaies ami territories linonmrients of tueir2gfbryJf As long as nished men for the wan but w state that the state if NewJT alio imion existanud civil liberty is loved niaueu in round numbers 480000 this so long will their memory be reverenced being the largest number furnished by and cherished Wo will remember that any state and the smallest number was to them we owe the uuion tho preserva- Â¬ sent out from Dakota Territory tho num Â¬ tion of tho constitution and all the bless- ber being only 200 I will only mention ings which wa enjoy under jU In re the number sent out from oboother sporfdiifg to theif countrys- - call thoy state that beiugithe grand oldsfato of were not uctuntoiLby thoughbi of Irapinu d plhnder not byf tholr Kentucky WlilcljfarfiiBlnMforth Unloft army 75275 hieii H desire to call yodtr tWdHiut thev ventfortJi to attention to one more fact that moro UuenCCd by a hlglier and ifnoblof motive battles wero fought in the Rebellion They were inspired by a love of country than In any war sinco William the Con- by patroitism ono of tho noblest aud queror During thp Revolution fifty live purest passions that can animate be battles were foughtj tn 1812 eighty Be venj liunian breast They Were liot the paid battles in the Indian Wars twenty ono hlrelongs of a military government but while in 1801 one hundred and fjfty five the frye cjtizons f a Itopublic who took names wero iougui in leoauve nunureu Up arms Willingly to prevent the dissolu- Â¬ Too and fifty nine in 1803 six hundred and tion of their beloved country twenty four in 1801 Bevon hundred aud much praise can not bo bestowed upon sevontysix and in 1805 one hundred them theyaro above the reach of llat and thirty live making a grandt8talof toryriiiid thtiFsimplo record of their deeds 2247 battles during tho Ieellionbrng Is their brightest glory And I might go ing it far ahead of all previous wars on and tell of the defeat at Mauasses Now it will bo remembered that this which impressed on the mind of the na Â¬ great war beweenthe States commenced tion the tprribleiiesa of the struggle beby tho firing upon Fort Surapter then a tween tho boys in blue and those who Tnlted States fort by General Beaure- wore tho gray Of Cold Harbor and gard on the 12tht day of February 1801 Sown Pines of lort Ddnelson nnd and lasted until the latter part of the Shiloh of Vicksburg nnd Stone Itlver year 1805 and out of his war groy tjip otAntiptAm and Gettysburg where the G A It invasion was stopped and rolled back of The Oganlzation known as tho G A Corinth and Lookout Mountain of the It from the best information that can bo battle of Atlanta and the majestic march sobteinod was first spoken of by Major B of Sherman to thuBenjiof the sanguinary Stephonson and Chaplain Kutledgo battles ol the Wilderness terminated uy I both of the 14th Illinois Infantry and iQ suireniier yiau I Apponiutox was Informally orgafced at SpringfklaT icso njid more might Bduak where Uhe 111 in March 1800 Major SteuNRon ldiewtovured imaaMWith famo and Ab Issued the first charter foraOTA lt enoww imperil abreT Hut no word of -TotatDecater III on AprlfAo JftiO ino eould udir to theiiglory or ade From that time tho G A it begun to ouatelv describe tho valor of the Grand grow and in November 1810 Gen Steph Army Their fume is secure History en A Ilurlburt was elected the llrst records it -- CeiBmandar-In-Chie- f nnd after hlni i csme Gen John A Dognu as Command-er-lB-GhlMUoflW follows bad blood arid Inactive of who in 1800 instituted llvtr iEvlry ono know whop their blood tr Memorial Day by General Order No 11 U Impure and Hvor sluggislf phnploa arid and set the same for May 30th of each boll appoar or iiioyi iucj urwsy weiut year and that fky lias becom a If gal iiroa anuiHiriiTuuM We want 10 waeu you uuw vu holiday of several states in the union by twt of their Legislatures and this Gem flghtlt lMguiutume of rcbhatt l oxerclfeo ana ur r r jf mhI Order No Hub the samo wo have PterceB Golden Modlcal Dis peetnuieu uerq to uav to pbeervvand ry wlllbriaii youlout DUcoy- rry into ttlftct Tua reason cor h vm r rlfioB tho as u is growing late I will detain you err enriches and HvSt0V T3rthe of Ulseaso but ft little while only long enough to blood and rendeni rnu Am aUte that the aggregate membership of tlve th9 clr-tbe ijiagycu atory syitera enter tjiew A It amounts to near 600000 and Kruli7h the ri Uy paabe mVIUero ahd W tbeWWxt l2rtLl tltothrataJsHiwuU700 annually FTthnt crofuloui condl Again I bid you welcome and In con T ro tblbl4d whll vlCe CiiKhHi will say that tho broad fouuda and end starrh bronchi faM stone on which our order rests is Comumptlon you have tbe Fraternity Charity and Loyalty and our lliKtoeA i or prevention tuui cure NMrtto is One Hag and one Country -- s Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ away Cold In the dust the perished heart may lie Hut that which warmed it mice can never die1 might speak of your lenders Grant the silent hero of the war of Sherman whoso glorious march to tho sea makes him tank as ono of tho great generals of the ngeof Sheridan the dashing cavalry commander who turned nn overwhelm ing defeat nt Winchester into n great victory by tlio very inspiration ot his presence on tho Held of battle nnd at which time lie made tho famous ride which inspired tlio celebrated lines by lteado ot Thomas whomude thu bold stand at Chicainauga of Mcado who saved tho capitai from Beizuro nnd thu country from consternation by the sig nal victory at Gettysburg of McClellan whom thu soldiers loved to call tho Nap Â¬ oleon of America of lighting Joe Hooker who battled above the clouds at Lookout Mountain and ot all tho others who wero worthy to bo your commanders heie shiill retUt thu empire nl deciy When time l uer and world have passed I Â¬ Ami xlory uinU the tolcnin muml I lie blvuiitiL ir the tleud fanr tlcrnal camping rraunt htir tllent lentt urr tprrml IVOR Y JVORYllF RACKET STORE Httvin gjust received 50AP m Ftt ItfiUL from tlio only market not Cincinnati the remainder of our Spring Goods which have been bought not from Old Ixing Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns that mako Spot Cosh rricesnnu irom unucr ino ueu Ilng whero it is money or no goods JNo other house in tlio country will dare admit that they attend tho Big Auction Sales but say they dont handle any auction trash 99fo PURJE s 4 - Xuoolr Over tli loo ZFollo-w-IrLg- r IPxices - K LADIES FURNISHINGS 6 sheets commercial note paper ic sc No 5 en elopes for sc lie st three honk purses jc llest cabinet hair pins ac A nice ladies vest 5c SPECIAL DRIVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ tho union wnsnssembled in Washington for n great review Never before was such it sight witnessed on this hemisphere There were tlio veterans who bad marched from the capital to Rich mond from Atlanta to the sea fighting every inch of tho way with foeinen worthy of tlieir steel And as they de Â¬ filed Blowly past reviewed by their general and tho chief functionaries of tho land they formed a magnificent glitter- Â¬ ing array of soldiers the finest in exist- Â¬ ence Those who were in tho review and those who witnessed tho steady inarch of tho martial host can never forget tho thrilling effect of that grand mil- Â¬ itary pageant We shall nover see its like again Tlio return of the soldiers to their homes and their resumption of tho peaceful avocations of life demands from us as mucli admiration as does their heroic deeds on the field of battle KueinleB of a Republican form of govern Â¬ ment had prophesied of tlio evils which would arise from tho dispersion of a vic- Â¬ torious soldiery that they would not re Â¬ sume their occupations but would indulge in rapine aud plunder But thu discharged soldiers proved tlieir lovo anew to their country by returning peacefully to their homes The world Nations is learning to war no moro no longer appeal to arms to settle their Tlieir disputes aro deter Â¬ differences mined in the cabinet and not on the field of battle Instead of resorting to Peace nrms thoy appeal to arbitration is ruling with her gentle sway over all thu emth and the temple of Jnnus has its doors closed Paradoxical as it may seem it has sometimes been necessary to fight for peace General Grant express Â¬ Wo will ed this idea when ho enid have pence if we have to fight for it This grand pacification has been brought about by tho advancing march of christian civilization May its progess never be impeded If there bo any Confederate soldiers You were invit Â¬ hero you are welcome ed to be present und participate in tho ceremonies by those who wero once your enemies Thoy respected you then because of tho bravery and fidelity witii which you battled for that which you then believed to bo right they respect you now becauso of tho readiness with which you accepted the result of tho appeal to the arbitrament of arms The causes which divided you onco aro now all happily removed and tho members of the Grand Army of tho Republic believe you to be as worthy citizens of our com mon country ns thoy themselves are Bravo men know how to bo generous and magnanimous and I know that each regard tho other as worthy foes nnd true patroits and citizens Past animosity is forgiven and forgotten in tho preseat happiness and prosperity We have had one civil war we shall never have another Our interests are closoly unit- Â¬ ed our ends and aims are tho same and thoy can be best pursued by a close union undor one federal govornmont Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 wisli to depict if I can After thu war censed thu great army of 1 One scene OlT OAMDLF CO a At knock down and drau out prices llns ic needles lea paper Itubber tip pencils ic or Sc dozen A 35 c bottle of cologne for 15c A line llannctte shirt lor Sjc worth 50c A pure leather back horse brush worth 50c our price only soc licit four row tooth brush worth jc for Hest calf finish pocketbook worth tfK for nnly luc and Ijc 4 nice percale tics jc l ourply linen culls only 15c other places 15c Collar buttons best bonec doz llest gross grain silk scarls for only toe worth 25c Good 4 ply linen collar turndown tc Come and you will find prices always CLOTHING - FOR CLOTHES THS POCTCn Ik CINTt t - -- Â¬ And so our union is the stronger for the fiery trial through which it has pass ed tlio blood that was shod has cement- Â¬ ed and welded it together so that now it cannot be dissevered Liberty and union now and forever ono and insep And the stars and stripes the erable flag of our country the ensign of our Republic and thu emblem of liberty floats peacefully over forty four states of tho Union Oh long may It wave Oer the land of the tree Â¬ No more hall the war cry sever Or the winding rivers be red They banish our anger forever When thev laurel the graves of our dead Under the tod and the dew Waiting the Judgment day 1 Xove and tears lor the lllue Tears and love for the Gray And the home of thr brave When Mr Haswell had concluded his remarks tho commander of the Post J W Galloway extended an invitation to all Confederate soldiers who might bo present to take part There was no ro sponso Â¬ Â¬ TP Â¬ rWt mT cov-dai- v- fMJYt JrmT7M At the conclusion of the address of wekow John B HUUi 4Jl-lJKr- iojJaitjJut not wbojmoBMwwMi- l tlX M iliwbHK wu I XXVlJTJi ft hi w MnMlf o wnwii ur w 1A follows or ateasv i of tha body In a rmlthy yUte b0do bulWlnir PTpa Little James Lloyd step son of Cofo Burdett was thon iutroducod and in his childish voice said Old soldiers ladies and gentlemen I am glad to welcome you hero I am a littlo boy four years old I have a ma and two sisters they are for Mr Cleve- Â¬ land nnd pa and two brothers thoy are for Mr Harrison but I am lor Jim Mc Kiniey for Presideut It was now announced that dinner was ready This was a sumptuous repast and more than 500 persons partook to their content After dinner thu peoplo wero formed in liuo by Commander Galloway and tho march was made to tho cemetery In this cemetery lay tho remains of II II Tuui son of B M Taul He was born August VI 1835 and was killed in actjon at Munfordsvillo Ky Septem Â¬ ber 22 1802 His gun and sabor were exhibited at tho grave as were the socks and Buipendots which he woro at tho tinio bq gave his life for his country and flig I fho principal mourners present wero the laniented soldiers two sisters Mrs FJle Frank and Mrs Wm Taul The grave was appropriately decorated with flags bunting and llowers after which services the company marched lwck to the speakers stand and listened to an address by Mr Jesse EukrhUje of Hardinqburg He spoke as follows TUB iAHAIILK OV THK with gigantic strides Among tlio many mediums through which knowledge Is to day disseminated nono have Improved to the extent which that miglity factor of information entitled the press has Printing to day is reduced tosucli a min Â¬ imum as far as price is concerned that good newspapers which embrace current news as well as information on religion tho sciences and all brandies of knowl Â¬ edge known to the mind of man can bo had for it song nnd nru thus placed with- Â¬ in the rench of the humblest citizen As n result of this tho Americans nre becoming a reading nnd a thinking peo Â¬ plethey aro such to a greater extent than they have been in tho past And therefore tho days of demagogue orators are passing away They liavo not entirely passed away by any means for wo still find that men advocating tlio wildest aud most visionary views can secure a follow- Â¬ ing But thoso people among our citi- Â¬ zens who constitute the bono and sinew of tlio land are people who think for themselves nnd consequently cannot be influenced by falso doctrines ami things that cannot be demonstrated With these few iiitioductory remarks I tesire to say that I have made up my mind to nlwnys raise my voice In public and in private in an endeavor to encour- Â¬ age that in my fellow citizens which will lead them to think and to investigate I have no pntienco witii that effort 1 fear is sometimes made to pull tho wool over tho eyes of thoso who may not bo well Informed So in my remarks hero at this time and place I shall endeavor to discuss what place Decoration Day occupies in tho political economy of our nation At tlio present time aud in the past ten years great and serious problems have and are confronting tho American On the capital and labor ques- Â¬ people tions tlicro is great interest This dis- Â¬ quietude in many places and nearly daily results in open violation of tho law and in bloodshed When wo think calmly of tlio fact that hardly n day passes but what the different state mili- Â¬ tary organizations nre called out to protect life nnd property from violence nt the hands of our own fellow citizens Wo must recognize at onco that there is not that spirit of equity abroad In tho land that should be The race problem is ono that is causing n vast amount of discussion nnd boiuo people proposo n degree of alarm over it At various In Â¬ tervals wo have men rising up striving to solve the raco problem I do not expect to solvo it to day I wouldnt if I could and I couldnt if I would Wo must remember however that in many localities tho relations between the whites and blacks are at times seriously I believe when I and visibly strained say tho relations aro strained that I use tho term which is endorsed by etiquette In common parlance you know wo say that poople aro angry or fighting mad but in high society circles wo say that tho relations existing be Â¬ These tween bo and so aro strained relations however between tho white and black sometimes get to tho pitch where there is open hostilities and wo have a raco war in that locality I mention this as one among tlio great ques- Â¬ tions tbnt to day confront the American people The question of eiumigration is one that will probably bo tho subject of great discussion in tho future It ought at this tinio In my humble opin- Â¬ ion to have the attention of Congress I mention those four problems that are to be solved in the future as among the most prominent objects that appear to day upon the horlzan The virtue of our women seems to be getting below par The American peoplo in dealing with thein must exerciso sound discre- Â¬ tion and the highest patroitism elso serious and probably vital trouble will result Upon a rovlow of tho condition of public affairs there is some grounds for alarm Judging byho past however we find that there aro in times of sore trouble always enough patriotic citizens who aro ready to stop to the front and bring order out of chaos by their votes and if necessary by their life blood While this remains true wo can havo an abiding faith in the integrity of our fel- Â¬ low cltizons But in order to perpetuate honesty and conservatism in our nation- Â¬ al affairs it is highly necessary that wu keen aiivo by every menns possible a healthful n pure and clean sentiment throughout the length and breadth of the land I kuow of nothing better calculated o promote patroitism improve public sen- Â¬ timent and promote kind feelings and patroitism throughout our land than the Why observance of Decoration Day Now wo havo different ways of deter Â¬ mining how much a person is devoted to a certain cause He may spend his time aud money in its interest Ho may raise his voice or wield his pen in its behalf A man who does either of these gets credit for being conscientious and earnest In his efforts to further the cause which ho advocates Yet these exhibitions of connection cannot be compared with that of a man who is willing to sacrifice his life for the principles ho believes to be right Greater love it is Bald has no more than this that a man will lay down his life for his friends or I will add his To day wo pay tribute to the cause dead pud in doing so we must romem Continued on page 0 -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Something nobby 15c Ladles suee hose worth 35c for 15c Imported linen torchon laces from 3 to ice per yard Ilne linen torchon 4 Inches wide 10 and He per yard Nicest edges 1 1 per Yard l lnest Valenciennes Point Detrland laccfjlnrh wide and in beautllul patterns only 10 and I tc per yard 1W have the nicest patterns In Hum hurt and Swiss embroderies and In lertings ever opened In this county and our prices nre at least 50 per cent cheaper than those of other concerns Nicer quality luc right Wc olTer to our trade good values In shoddy Huff either but from one nf the most extensive manu- Â¬ factures In the cast Come and try my prices They are always rock bottom My trade Is lncrealng in tins line and people are recognlrlng my way Is the only way Take your measure free of charge and you have nn outfit worth in spection Guaranteed perfect fit In every case Come and see make the price that will suit you this line not M CASH BEFORE DELIVERY llest Itlo Coffee only sjc lb other places llest N O molasses per gallon 4jc Coal oil 10c other houses tec same aril cle j pkgs Arm A Hammer brand soda 10c or 1 IS and so lb granulated suger so and si lb best C Sugar Tor this line Many advantages given to my trade In forjioo ioo - OUTFITTED - pkge for 4c A few words ns to my methods of buying nnd selling nnd thoso Old Mots back Credit Houses Suppose two buyers were to walk into n house One says I want to buy 50 enses of goods on four months credit Wiints your price Tho proprietor squirms nnd kicks nroiind nnd figures up ns follows Loss of interest onu per cont extra risk of failure flvo per cent risk of delay ono per conf 1 will sell nt 100 net Our man says our trade demands 250 enses for which I will pay spot cash What is your price 0 cents Let us follow up these goods still further nnd remember wo nre 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 a dollar He pursues tlio self same argument tho manufacturer did only on a bigger scale Ho nrgues loss of interest 3 percent risk of delny 2 percent dead risk nnd to mnko the losses which nre buio to occur by bnd debts mid 8 per cent This you see i estimating low Now add up these extra taxes and sav tlio manufact Â¬ urer adds 8 per cent the Moss back Jobber 111 per cont total 21 per cent which must bo paid and the goods must bo sold at above their intiinsic value Tho goods I pay 52 cents for are offered to any and all who have tho mi Hi i miw nun wiriu m u nuurai explanation 01 inti tiincreuce neiween my system anil tno old regu lars who purchase of thu thirty sixty and niuty dnv credit coneeriH Ill leave to anyone who possesses a sin glo grain of White Horse Sense that anyone wholuiys nn eternal time mid sells on same basis it cant be long tiefoni ho reaches tho end of his rope Theres no middle course Why cant the margin of profits at thu i nti iju iiotigiii at mm seiuug onu ou cut to the minunium I n noes mo lots ol good to cut tlio life out of profits reopie recognize values ami aro ready to grab bargains Kor instance leaU pencils ordinarly retailing at 2 for 5 cents I sell at 1 cent each or 8 cents a dozen CO envelopes 5 cents Good commercial note paper 110 sheets for 5 cents A cood adamantine nin at 1 cent ier trnner other houses R cents Best brass nlnn nnlv t cents cant bo duplicated in no other house under 8 cents for samo article Best buckskin li hook purses 5 cents and dozens of other nrticles to numerous to name on account of space Nothing affords mo more pleasure to bo ablo to by securing a bargain to mark it at a price that will astonish all NO PILING ON PEOFITS G L BTJECH tmmmwmmmt START EARLY AND MOOLEYV1LLE KY A LARGE StreamBargains ARE FLOWING AT DONT GET LEFT Dont miss any of the Bargains we GEO YEAKEL CO Goods never sold at such prices before Best Indigo Bluo Calico at Iloosier Brown Cotton Good Ginghams Gents 10c socks for Gents 50c shirts for - - Gents all wool Suits worth 8 S 4c 4jc 6c Cc fsjfe are offering CrS Aujj K BARGAINS Are Flowing at 25c 00forH08 - Youth suits for - - 250 Jjl S fX Cut right half in two Bojs suits worth 150 for 7oc HSo Genls fine shoes for One lot Ladies shoes was sold i0O lor - 00 fJ50 and 155 going at We Ladies low Shoes - - - Our trado has never been known to bo so immense before Houso jammed with Bargain Seekers early in morning till lato afternoon You unfortunate readers who havo not been to see us got in tho push AT ONCE JACOB MEYERS dont delay BIG SPRING KY Your dollars aro in elastic form when with us ways Littlo monoy buys a load of Goods at tho stretches along Just come anil sec our beautiful line of Goods and the sacrificing prices at which they are sold Wc can nnd will gratify the most exacting and Â¬ Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co Bright as a Dollar You can mako your home by using our Economical Buyers True economy consists in buying the best goods at the lowest possi ble price mid our Ready Mixed Paints- Largest stock ever known in tho county bought direct from the manufacturers t us to soli at very low prices Having enabhS STORE Is just the place to practice that economy We keep the best and ask the least When you sec our Practice Economy HeacUQuarters I etc Buy your Druas Medicines Paints Oils whoro you can buy them the lowest at BARGAINS nwwp M PJl kfc lyth i The severest cases of cured by Hoods Sarsaparllla the great I suppose you have all heard on more blood purifier Now is the time tq take occasions than one that this is an age of progress you have heard It slightly in it Hoods Cures tiuiated at any rate ami so It w In all tbe flekto of limnan thought ami dvel Drf PrMs CrMm Baking Pevyier opiueiUi iwtMVinata have adyanoed V80Bi6a SeN You will thoroughly appreciate them Purchasing at our store is such a pastime that you will surely call again - Don t forget your Luck and make us an rheumatism aro Homo mado Apple Brandy and Puro Kentucky whiskies a specialty Prescriptions carefully compounded LEVITT N0TI0I GOUGHS BRANDENBURG KY A OR EAT BARGAIN Whalesalo nnd Retail Druggists EARLY CALL mmmmgmmuim I wl Bt h iMpontlbl for toy ilibti ton trasttd la th futur by WJ lf LtU Ha gHl All pmaai r bU14 Bt to wdlt btr M ai leoouat or ipwtlaj vajruMt from BM Tift Mr 1Mb 1841 t Thru hundred acre of Und la Duncan Vl for Mlt thrw good dwelling vrtll wMrd hundred acr IUj laad lb uf l tfmfcwdt a tpUndld land uuhb 111 aali wall Mt la blue vraaj aajr tatHM ly wrtti P H40MB Apply V OdROItWNBrirgi JaJBckaaiMc TflFl 2 mff rrnmnin S T T- r nin 1 - 7YrfP T 7Ti n iF mrfrrfiT- - pV TjWf PITlf TFmrd ir1 ijvv NEWS ttf rt- - n tiiiiitiir m irfiim mi fri- - r liTrTii nimiiiliiiArfhlit nr mr t ViaMiiii il n Hi rrrilii be conducted by the pastor Kev B Tl BRANDENBURG GET OUT fiF THE WET CundlfT Dinner will be spread on the V 0 BabbUge Editor and Troprletti Jno D LH W TIME TABLE grounds Several persons Irom this Teachers examination last Friday nnd flOIHO WKST placo have signified their intention to bo Saturday WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 1801 Vintager Dally rr llanllmburg 1212 pi present viz Green W Beard Prof Mrs 11 C Raw lings has rt turned from GOING BT R P Slmcklelt N McC Mercer V G Vino Grovo 7i40 IaiferiKer Dally rr lUnllniburit Babbago nnd others Some of whom Mrs JohnT Frokt sis still quite sick will deliver addresses sultalable to the hut not seriously Quaitcrly Court next Monday occasion Ci oVEnroirr will hnvo nlnrRer crowd on Mr Alf Kskridgi1 of Vint Grove wns Mr Wnvo Mattlngly Is on tho sick list Misses Olllu nnd Annio Jarltoe enter circus day tlinn either Fonlsvlllo or Ilnr Tho county candidates will visit tho tained quite a number of their friends nt hero Inst Saturday Wo nro not n local option dlnslmrg Annlo Boudurant had n pound parly Magistrates Court next week their homo lost Sunday Among those town Misses Annie Mattlngly Inst Wednesday night Miss Sallio Taylor of Uofctta Is ox present wero Mrs I W taw is and little Lena nro G V AViroK inventor of tho Wilson pected In town this week to visit friends Klla WaggonorandTillio Benvin Messrs Beuediit nnd Joe Klder of Cloverport in tatiisvllle font visit Bowing innchlno died suddenly Monday Misses lvft Heston and Lizzie Kskridgo of heart disenso nt San Jose Cnl Ho visited Glendenno last Saturday and Sun Â¬ vicinity aud Mr Jou Bland of Irving Mr nnd Mrs Clint Jenking visited ton Bob Klder of Kirk Richard Cruise Mrs James Bland Inst week was onco n poor workingmau but died a day of Jollys station nnd Julian Brown of millionaire Mr Z T Herndon is nt home much Miss Leila Camp Cloverport was vis Â¬ this place Buggy riding seemed to bo iting Mrs J A Witt Saturday and Sun- Â¬ tho leading enjoyment of tho day but to tho gratification of his family Br a decision rendered by Judge larr day Vff Mrs C G Moremcn and children aro pleasant chats under tho beautiful shade of tbo United States Circuit Court at visiting In Louisville this week Mrs lcu Bishop entertained some trees were nlso very popular among some Owcnsboro Monday tho separate coach people with a social at her house of the guests All but tho Bell excitement being in All seemed to enjoy law is declared unconstitutional Tho young lost week themsolves t xcept Julian Brown ho the seventies sixties it should have Pleasant riding in tho rain case will of course bo appealed to tho Prof Hays left last Friday for his homo seemed to bo lonesome as his best girl been higher courts Should Judge llarr bo When ones covered over liko this Geo T Worlnud went to tho picnic in Tho owner of a bicycle gets plea- Â¬ in Meado county Ho will not return was not present right it will reverse tho law in all tho Louisville given lost Saturday by Bryant states of the South where it now exists before September EIWOHTIt LEAOUK NOTES sure no man should miss Stratton Mr aud Mrs Jesso L Owen Bock What matter if the weathers fickle Interesting vesper service on Sunday Miss Peggy Ditto is in Iteeses Ohio When you havo tho best bicycle Hos James S Worthara has with Â¬ Vale were hero ono day last week to see afternoon drawn from tho congressional race in Mr Jolly Meador Impoitant matters for tho buslnets with her sister Mrs Ned Rees to remain Now is tho time to buy till August Drop in and talk it over with us this district because of his declining Aberdeen Star tho horeo that has been meeting this month Let all bo present health Tills leaves the field open to handled by Joe Bland at Irvlngton is Wo want a good report from tho Mercy Misses Mattlo Lee Moremen and Dee All kinds of bicycle sundries bells Hon A B Montgomery and ho is not to bo sold Bhortly and Help Department McGeheo lamps etc are visitors of Miss Lena likely to lmvo other opposition before The League has lost an active member Drury Bewleyville forget tho 4th of July celebraDont tho party This being tho case thero tion at Hardlnsburg Look out for bills In Mbs Florence Cain who left for her Mrs Bob Stlth and little tana Nevitt will bo no primary but Montgomery homo In Bewleyville last Monday lenve to day to attend the closing exer Â¬ Hardin k Jarboe will bo declared tho nominee by the While so many members are absent cises of Cecllian College to all else and indeed I freely coincide Mrs Tlios Tousey Cloverport was Democratic Committee thoso remaining should make up In zeal visiting her mother Mrs Blythe near Mr D W Lewis came in on the ttali with her But in this country where for what they lack in numbers It docs last Saturday night took tho boat and the fall from opulence to poverty is often this place Monday not speak well for tho third sudden and unexpected young people Tut strike of tho coal miners is it went to Louisville with his wife Mrs Isaac Norton a very estimable department that tho bell should girls and boys should heed the advico of seems becoming quito serious Tho lady living in tho Clifton Mills neighbor- Â¬ Bro Cherry is writing a series of fall to ring on that 4th Tuesday evening oldor ones when that advice perhaps bos strike Is a general one and is getting hood died last week to young men to ap- Â¬ Why dont tho Literary department give articles addressed cost tho gray hair a lifes failure to ac- Â¬ quito near us If it is to continue for Mr Owen Cunningham tho Republi Â¬ us another literary treat for next month pear in the columns of tho Messenger quire Not the least Important of such any length of time it may havo a per can candidate for County Court Clerk A good elocutionist would be appreciated Mrs D W Burch Miss a Julia and ndvlce is this Master some avocation ceptablo effect on the price of coal in was in town Saturday Minnie Ritchleand Dors Hilf of Garrett which will yield you a sustenance if not this and all other localities Coal too were hero last Thursday on n shopping n fortune so that in enso adversity over- Â¬ YELLOW LAKE Mr Clannle Dellaven wjnts the town plays such an Important part in helping expedition takes you you will have something to of the country that it can trustees to open n new street In front of on the trallic Little Mary Storms is on tho sick list Mr Joo A McGeheo spent last Sun Â¬ rely upon that cannot be taken from you not be gotten along without Now in tho his residence in tho West end Mr Fred Frnize can boast of having day nt home His father Mr Juio Bo sure to master your avocation or you Mr and Mrs Lum Black wero here state of Kansas for instance they burn tho prettiest colts of any ono around McGchee made a business trip to tho nro left no superficial knowlcdgosuflices corn for fuel but such a thing as that several days last week to bco their Robert Chester and Joe Rhodes dined city last week Bo thorough from the foundation up Jolly Meador who Is quito ill bo thought of In Kentucky coal couldnt with their grand parents last Sunday George Worland ran n foot race Satur Â¬ There is always demand for skilled lnbor or no coal Thero are too many other Mr Sam Hennlnger and wife West Miss Belle Mnttlngly of Hardlnsburg day at the Bryant Stratton picnic and or a master of his or her business or uses for tho article if it wero over so View wero hero last Friday and spent nbuudeiit One of these is in mak tho day with Rev and Mrs W 11 Sneed attended church nt tang Lick Inst Sun Â¬ carried off the prize n handsome gloria profession nnd Bab to the contrary if an day avenue Is inaccessible at liomo seek one ing good iickers and while It is silk umbrella The Womans Homo Missionary Soci Â¬ and as I have said before and Mr Jim W Mattingly wns enchanted thus employed none of it will go for fuel ety of tho M E Church will meet toMrs JN Richardson Mrs W F abroad mark that So wo think tho matter with morrow evening with Mrs John P IIos by the silvery tones of n Belle last Sun Grinnell Miss Lida Hayncs nnd Mrs now repeat with emphasis a true wom- Â¬ anly woman need never fear to go where day the striking miners may become serious well C S Grinnell sent Miss Mary Deo 1usey duty calls or business demnnds Was who took in tho excursion a box of beautiful llowers The boys Mrs John Alexander attended tho Miss Shaw of tho London Times the Tiik State League of Republican clubs last Saturday report tho home coming Bro Cherry commenced a series of less womanly because she went as a District Conference at Vino Grovo and met in annual session at Frankfort ono sermons last Sunday Ho announced while thero was tho guest of Mrs Kmma pretty rough day lost week There was a fairly good Miss Mary Mattingly visited at her duringtho winter that ho would preach special correspondent to Australia Was Whitehead she the less womanly when upon her representation reports say and the lead uncles Mr Felix Mattingly last Wed a series during the spring aud summer It is reported that Mr Frank Wnide nesday and Thursday return sho delivered u lecture before tho The ers wero in very hopful spirits Mr and Mrs Krnest Henderson nee Royal Colonial Institute upon the re- Â¬ speaking was of a partisan order of nnd Will tannin will put their heads Services at St Anthonys church in of Irvington were in sources of that country together and try and revive tho Hardlns Â¬ the month of June will be on tho lrd Einmu Hodges Did not all course and tho Democrats got it in the Kmma was a sweet in- Â¬ true noble right thinking men and town Thursday Because of an era of burg Democrat neck severely Sunday instead of the 4th teresting pupil of mine in Garrett and I women npplnud her for having accom Â¬ Miss Mettle daughter of Rov W K hard times Republicans arc endeavoring Miss Martha Cannon is Blowly recover- Â¬ plished her object nnd being able to to make considerable capital of it by lay Â¬ Breeding returned home last Saturday ing from a severe hurt sho received by would have loved to have seen her Yes nnd address that learned body I have seen n notice of Morcman Â¬ from Princeton Ky where she has been being thrown from her horse ing it all on tho Democrats Just at pre sent we aro not in the best of shape to attending school Mrs John Rhodes has purchased an Jacobs picture gallery at Cloverport I admit it was a red letter day for women resent tho charge either There is not A number of lady school teachers came excellent knitting machine and is now have also Been several specimens of their There aro few such women as Miss Shaw beautifully tinted pictures and for execu- Â¬ perhaps when it comes to education much probability of the Republicans up on the train last Friday to bo exam Â¬ prepared to do first class work capturing Kentucky soon in a political ined They were escorted to tho city by Father Ford preached ono of his best tion and finish they are first class See tact and nbility but mnny who win honor for themselves nnd their box by sense but they feel very sanguine just Mr John W Miller sermons last Sunday suitable for the oc- Â¬ them Mrs Bob Smith left last Sunday for the manner in which they acquit them Â¬ tho same It lias not been many years Mr John P Haswell Jr Godfroy casion tho feast of Corpus Christi Binco a Slate league of Republican llasu ell Jesse lskridgu and Mr Allen Our girls out nt church Inst Sunday Memphis Tenn to visit her son Will selves of duties Tho chords of euch clubs was an organization unknown to Kincheloe went to Ball Town last Wed Â¬ were looking their sweetest whilst tho Richardson and from there sho will go Uvea may not piny evenly melody and to Cripple Creek Colorado to spend the harmony may sometimes bo lacking and But year by nesday Decoration Day Kentucky Republicans gents appeared both gallant and gay tho party has gone on apparently year Our dandy young friend Francis summer with her daughter Mrs Jim oftentimes tho heart strings may vibrato Henry Pate colored was brought here in a wretched arpeggio style but Inspira Â¬ growing in strength or becoming bolder Thomas was seen wending his way to Smith yesterday and lodged in jail charged tions como nnd they nro nlded by magÂ¬ in their assertions ono or the other Â¬ Last Wednesday Federal graves were with rape on Kmlly Scott tho thirteen call on his favorite Malindn last Sun nanimous breasts whose feelings can no for they seemed determined to be heard day decorated Several from this place went year old daughter of Phillip Scott Miss Maggiu Wheatlywho was attacked over to Mnuckport to assist in tho cere- Â¬ more be measured than tho ocean can be Cicero Cooneys mother visited him at 100 severely with erysipelas whilst attending mony Being a legal holiday Mrs S C measured by ono stream flowing into it 3100 Reward the jail last week Tho old lady seemed There is nrtistic affinity musical affinity Tho readers of this paper will bo to bo very much distressed over her son school nt Hurdlnsburg Is reported much Mulln closed tho post ollico after ono nnd soul affinity just as there is chemical better jil eased to learn that there Is at least ono oclock getting into the trouble he had affinity and just so when a girl or woman May sweet month of May with your dreaded diseaso that science has been Dr Henry JPusey jr of Louisville launches forth to stem the tide she soon Johnny Lyman camo to town last Sat garlands of roses and breath of fra able to cure in all its stages and that is came down last week and held a consul- Â¬ knows by intuition tho coarse from the Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho urday and tried to load up but his efforts ganco to day with reluctance we bid tation with his uncle Dr D C Pusey in fine who to trust and who to avoid and only pohitivo euro now known to tho were n failure Ho left on half rashions you adieu tho case of Mrs Chapi za Wathen who she doesnt havo to be a professional This is n Local Option town pure and to say Mrs Mnry Akers of is doing well with an We regret medical fraternity Catarrh being a con- Â¬ assurance of her mind reader either and to that young Hardin county has postponod her in- Â¬ ultimate recovery stitutional disease requires a constitu- Â¬ simple friend who has naked by letter for these Judge J A Murray and wife spent a tended visit nt tho homo of tier parents Halls Catarrh Curo tional treatment Mr Mercer of Louisville was down viows I would ndd no nvocntion you is taken internally acting directly upon few days Inst week visiting Mr and Mrs this spring Sheriff Rhodes reports that ho landed lost week exploring caves to obtain fossils choose no avenue of business followed tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho Lafo Green at the Falls of Rough From no amount of information gained or system thereby destroying tho founda- thero they returned to their home in tho famous nnd poetical negro George and other specimens pertaining to tho W Randolph nil safely and quietly nt mineral and vegetable kingdoms for Col means accumulated should detract from Saturday morning tion of tho disease and giving the Cloverport Bennett H Young who is making exten ladylike demeanor nnd true womanhood patient strength by building up the Last Sunday was Childrcns Day hero his penitentiary home Kddy vllle nnd if you havo a good man exchange all Frank Rhodes Sr accompanied sive researches along that line Mr constitution and assisting nature in do- among tho colored peoplo Nobody ob Â¬ gladly for his love and protection but ing its work Tho proprietors havo so jected to it particularly except those by his nelce Miss Veronica Mattingly Misses Annie Richardson and Pearl never bo persuaded to tako tho step who turned up wont to seo his sister in law Mrs Tom Ditto wero tho guesU of Misses Mattlo much faith in its curative powers that good house keepers Rhodes near Kirk who is dangerously and Dee McGeheo last week to whom without true affection they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any minus a cook on Sunday morning coso that it fails to cure Send for list of they gave a fishing party target shooting Tho spring term of tho Hardlnsburg ill last Tuesday GARRETT The crop prospect in this neighbor Â¬ and fishing and an appetising lunch to Address testimonials College closed last Friday Normal hood is not very flattering at present complete a day of pleasure Cheney VJ Co Toledo O Thero wero about ono hundred and G R Miles was in Louisvillo this BSTSold by Druggist 75c twenty five pupils enrolled and this is a Tho frost and cold weather has stopped Tho Willing Workers of tho Baptist week tho growth of corn and tho cut worms very satisfactory showing for tho first church under the auspices of Miss Lida Mr Jas Rlcketts of Brandenburg was term Tho Summer Normal term began aro busily engaged Burned To Death Powell will on Juno 7th givo an ice- Â¬ here Sunday Some persons are annoyed with hawks last Monday and thieves but Miss Maggie Rhodes is cream supper at the room on East Main Mr Bud Lewis of Garnettavllle was School Superintendent James W Mil next to the Opera house This little in town this week A Sweet little Qirl Loses Her Pre- ler was looking Ids best last Friday and wonderfully annoyed with rats She baud has accomplished a good deal in was seen last week visiting her near clous Life While Helping Mr M Craig dontlst of Vino Grove Saturday They wero examination days neighbors borrowing all their rats to the post by their exertions to help tho was in town this week Papa Fire Logs and a number of tho best looking girls drive away her dusky pests church Givo them a largo attendance Mr Tlios Hamilton ot Brandenburg from tho country wero in town It is It was really bad after some of our and keep up the good work was in town Thursday McDamels Ivy June 2 1891 News said that if the bachelor Superintendent young folks having Btich n delightful Hampton College Commencement has reached us of a frightful accident nllows his present official term to close time at the late dance that thoy hap Â¬ came off on Tuesday the llfth Mr Leo I lagan and MIbs Nora Bunger and to Â¬ having found n partner for life without which occurred in tho Antloch neighspent lust Sunday in town pened to tho bad nccldent of getting which I had an invitation from Miss borhood Mr Milton Tucker was tiring the chances are against his ever being their vehicle broken ns they wunt homo Mary Deo Pusoy who graduated Mies Eva Buckler is visiting her auut with log heaps His wife andldolied daught- Â¬ infinitely happy Mr Bob trudging through the mud and honors Attired in u white taffeta silk Miss Howard of Garnottsville er came to where ho was at work but tho Kincheloe and Boards new drug store pulling a broken carriage on a rainy with white chiffon over dress white Mr John Funk and family spent last mother soon returned to tho house the is receiving tho finishing touches It evening is quito a c intrnst from a cosy moire Bash and all the accessories of a Sunday at Mr John Bungers little girl remarking that she would stay promises to bo tho handsomest store of parlor a chn mlng girl to talk too and beautiful toilet We all know she was Mrs Laura Burch and Miss Dora Hilf In trying to flro a heap tho kind in thin part of tho earth and holp papa One wearing n gold watch and chain ha ha tho impersonation of true lovliness wont to Brandenburg Thursday her clothing was Ignited and before her thing about it that will please the public ha Mary has always been in reality a stu Mr W M Brandenburg of Vine father could reach her she was wrapped is that tlu old drug bottles now in I do not intend to tell any hard things dent and she realized that one grain of Grovo was in town Wednesday in ffames from head to foot Shu was use in their prcsont establishment and on our young friend Mr Bob Rhodes knowledge gained by tho exertion of burned to insensibility nnd died in a w hlch havo been battered about here for Misses Dora Hilf and Kva Buckler at Â¬ tins weeK no is loo good a uoy or us her own intellect was worth a bushel short tinio while Mr Tucker is almost tho last forty years will be thrown asldo all to ho pelting him and then he says full of that borrowed from others She tended church at Hill Grove Sunday raving from tho frightful burns received and now ones beautifully labelled will pap Is having so much fun at Mr Rod Shucklett and family spent his ex- Â¬ wisely profited by such clear conceptions wliilo trying to extinguish tho Haines take their place It is predicted that the panse Bob I am going to keep it all a bo her knowledge is hers forever and as last Saturday and Sunday at Hill Grovo Tho doctors think ono arm and perhaps new drug storo will Riso and Shine secret about how handsome she she steps across tho threshold into Miss Myrtle Crutcher is visiting hor both will havo to bo amputated Thero wero fifty scholars here last looked last Sunday and how Bob anothor phase of life I liopo and beliovo sister Mm Jas Rickets of Branden Â¬ week before tho examining board for hung down his head and sighed when sho realizes that in tho grand arena burg NORTH FORK OF ROUGH teachers certificates Tho examination sho rode swiftly away knowing hn was awaiting her to have a deflnato know- Â¬ Mrs Rosa Shacklett and daughters A log rolling at J W Galloways Is more rigid this year than common without a homo bridle or saddle and ledge and perfect understanding of tho spent last Tuesday in town the guest of Tuesday Tho number of questions aro double that he must alone homeward trod his many problems encouutorcd will enablo Mrs Buckler Mrs Amos Basham is quito sick at what thoy have been and some of them weary way her to Interpret and solve them theo Â¬ this writing Hard times dont stop tho grocery aro very hard Tho applicants though retically and practically thus adding His Introduction drummers for we havo several to visit Mr John Stlllwoll lost a lino work ox seem to get down to their work that much to tho serenity Joyfulncsa aud our town each week last Sunday Mr It Ilolmyanlof London England sunshine of life blended much tho more If some of them fall to with repose Mr Arthur Dowell Is working for Mr get a first class cert idea to they need not Eng Secretary of the Breckonridgo Com Â¬ Dr Mrs Kato Crutcher and dutighter Miss and Mrs Pusey attended tho morn- Â¬ J W Galloway Prof Joel Pile nnd pany Limited and the Breckenridge and ing exercises and witnessed tho distribu- Â¬ Lulu have returned home after a few be disappointed Crops aro looking fluo In this part of Miss 111110 Cooper are tho examiners Pineville Syndicate Limited was in the tion of diplomas Miss Maude Herndon days visit in Vino Grove tho neighborhood Childrens Day will be observed next city yesterday He has come to assume was also present and remained to a Mr Bod Sliackletts barn and corn and Mrs Win Tincher and little son were Sunday at Cave Spring church near the duties of Mr Win Hopper resident reception and dance at night in honor hay was consumed by fire Wednesday tho guests of Mrs 6am Galloway last Forks of Rough Several of tho Sunday director who goes to England for a va- Â¬ of thegraduating class The origin of the fire la unknown Thursday schools In the neighborhood will unite cation and will remain till fall Bab of tho Courier Journal gives DISSOLUTION Mr Holmyards introduction to Pine Itor E N Metcalfo filled Rev B A and make the occasion an interesting CuudifTs regular appointment at Cave and pleasant one Religious sorvice will villa consisted in hearing a fusil ado of some sound practical advice to young The co partncnhlp ol Murray St Miller U Ihla day dlwelvmi by mutual eoBMnt firearms just as he stepped off the train girls in her letter of Saturday 30th She David H Spring Sunday Murray bavlnr purchaxd of K N Aa he walked into his hotel a few moÂ¬ FOIl IIYSPEISIA dodsnt advocate young girl leaving Miller ii etllla to all Ibelhlatrett all mttot atMti and Mr Clarence StlllwoU and sister wero menta later two men lay dying on the and account art payabW to aud InJIfcatlon ami Ptamacb ilUonlf M lake HIJ by HHOYVN IKON BIVlKHH floor shot to death one of them being home to seek employment If It can be tlie euwto of Mfea Ktliel Crltehelow last All iklM keep It tl pw tUI Uwulsa haj the notorious Andrew Johnson the Mar avoided and beliovM a good daughter Catliolie eliureh at Sunday and attended triuto wr aud camhI rod HaMMi wrapper shal pf the town faithful wife and wlee awiW paramount Loflff ilek BRfiCKENMtilife HARDIN8BURQ jjl Iin SIX PAGES If i I Yu Will y jl frill f Â¬ lift be iji1 jjiiji l atov V f fT4 m l Welcome frty I Modern Conveniences W iff ilf i at our Oil iii iii I 1 - M 4v f Y l P iff W if iii I ifii jtl - btre on ii l5i I I i W ifti I I i Â¬ SULZERS hII Show day- v t iiYli fr f - lfr v sir Jm f lilt Zii iii i ts M i Come in t yl 3 i i Id 1 iW JJj and co 1 j i i s Sfcj son-in-la- flj Â¬ ti oii Ill1 li m wi i Xt i us i i Â¬ Â¬ ii 0 VEST Â¬ Â¬ P tl flivl Ii s yi V VWWWVVAnWWWWVVWvVWvvvVvVVvVvvvvvvvyVyWfvvvvvwJ I Is improving with us and one of the reasons why we think this is cause we sell you a strictly first class line of TRADE At prices lower than ever laj be- - T xJS J Summer Dress Gj oods Muslins Sheetings Laces Embroideries Gents Furnishing Goods Hats Straw Goods And Neckwear just arrived 4 You will always be sure of getting good value from us Because we buy right direct from first hands and pay cash t is constant study with U3 how to give you more value for your dollars a We want your Â¬ Wool and other Produce Â¬ WITT MEADOR HARDIMSBURG KY i Â¬ For ONE DA Y our immense line of Only will offer And that on the loth of June we NECKWEAR Absolutely at cost being over stocked in this line and wishing to reduce same we will on that day specially offer this great bargain Also One hundred J r- - M J3 ri SUITS To be sold regardless of profits ber that with every you a ticket to Robinsons show which will be here on that day Dont fail to come for you will see the Elephant take in the town a sight you seldom see t v J v 1000 worth we will give And remem t 11 I Situated on West Side of Court house in full view of procession t w5a M jt t We are yours truly Â¬ huhMhayerM7frt KATE k CARTER rutKVHVW mii iHlWjii XJmmu ii - ttViira v if A FIGHT IFODBL j V lly JOHN J MrGINNISS CuiyrKltel iS r MILLIONS Aintrli in 1rni Atxxlutlcm Jlnrdly but I must dculiua to tnko 1 lmo enough of tuy own tbo inojuy mitn I return Very well then Mangnn went to his lodgings packed his trunk mid after making ready for his trip to tho went went to tlio peni- Â¬ tentiary Ho was admitted by tho war denJM sooner was lio Insldo than two Rtiftfift Keepers seized him Mangnn looked at tbo warden and asked indig What Is the meaning of this You aro Bentoiieed to one years Im Â¬ prisonment in the penitentiary On what cbargo nnd by whom Pollco Justico Lions nnino is sIlu- cd to tbo commitment Yes ono of the many ho signs and leaves bis clerk to fill out while tho clerk acts as judge and the judge him- Â¬ self is roistering among sports 1 have been trapped but they will suffer There is no law by which I can come hero except by conviction of an indict Â¬ ment found by a grand jury A police justice can seud you here as a disorderly person And 1b that the charge Maybo it is and maybe it isnt its a valid commitment It cites your of- Â¬ fense your plen and regularly declares you guilty Yon can never prove you were not tried in open court Tho police justice knows And ho knows something olso That ho want 8 a second term and would perjuro himself to get it Thats none of our business Mr Mnngnn will you give us your pedigree for record on tho books The keepers had led Maugan into tho office Tho warden had gono behind the rail opened tho book where the record of each criminal is entered held tho pen and awaited Mangaus answer Neverl said the defiant prisoner Yonro not ashamed of it Mr Man- Â¬ gan are you No but it will never bo recordtd I want with tho history of criminals to know the cnuso of this It will koop you from making trou Â¬ ble for yourself nnd others I suppose Youiought to know I will know Whoro is Raymond Ilerersald n voice behind him Yon cowardly crrl said Mangnn as he surveyed him scornfully This is your work Mangans pockets were being tinned inside out Nest the keepeis would takehim ont of tho office to tho bath amrcchango bis civilian dress to the garb of a felon There was a pile of Mangans letters on the desk beioic tho warden and Raymond stepped over and began to peruse them ruako you pay for this said Mangan InaeeUl sarcastically retorted Ray You will be huru for a jeur mond Waen yon get out no ono will believe your story If by accident your where- Â¬ abouts should bo discovered tho com- Â¬ Do mitment papers are against you younot know that you aro doomed to solitary confinement Dont bother wo Let mo read He nicked up another envolope This is nn ancient opistlo And to the superior of the Convent of Mercy You Bo fou hnvo been thieving eb professional moralists are practical But I suppose your philoso- Â¬ ruffians phy springs from experience Well see whats inside It may bo of value to Mother St Gertrude He drew forth the inclosuro Man Â¬ gan watched him to note tho effect Raymonds face flushed tho demon of evil seemed to posses him and he shook the letter in Mangans face The penitentiary is tho place for you Youll read tho result of this at tho end of tho next three months and Ill be more master then than now Warden glvo mo a match Tho wnrdeu and keopers wero sur- Â¬ prised The warden carao from behind the railing closed tho doors leading to the corridors a premonition of some thing dreadful making him cautions to limit the number of witnesses After this ho advanced to Raymond handing him a box of matches Raymond lit one applied it to nu end of the letter which he hold until it burned close to his fingers and then pressing the char- Â¬ red corner between bis forefinger and thumb threw it into Mangans faco Mangan stepped backward The keepers understood his action to be that cWear That ho was subdued they did mi doubt and their arms went back with his movement mechanically Sud Â¬ denly they felt bis muscles swell with the tide of temper his arnm twisted in a second he had hold of each man in another ho had knocked both their hads togethor and quick as a ball from a entapult ho had sent them rushing against Raymond and the threo fell in a heap Ere ho The wardon stood aghast had time to recover his senses and beÂ¬ fore Raymond and the keepers could scramble to heir feet Mangan was be hlndVhe rail and had in his bands a big revolver that had hung upon the wall The hands of all wont up He walked to tfcp telcphono keeping his enemies BiMCTeoyer rang up contra naked for the office of The Bugle und hung up the receiver to await tho tintinnabula tiona dpi connected currents Ky wemel was tho first to regain bis eomposnfe ho What are you going to do asked Bring up the editor of Tho Bngle and bis Igal adviser Ill stay in hero aftsr that until 1 am released on a writ o kjibjwn corpus and the proceedings wUTiKoolaiin your villainy Mangan Ill compromise Ill sign a quit claim to the Loland estate if you do wot ruin mel MffflfK twi behind the rail store to Isabel her rights except on evi- Â¬ dence acceptablo to tho supremo court Mangan would gain nothing by enter- Â¬ ing into legal complications now but would lose time and time was every- Â¬ thing Threo months more and Raymond would be nbsoluto maator Ho must postpouo quanelH All this flash Â¬ ed across bis mind while tho telcphono boll was ringing Ho saw ho had the man beforo him scaled and that he could dictate Walk out into tho corridor all of you nnd you open tho doors warden he commanded They obeyed As ho followed them ho took his letters ofl tho wardens desk and put them in his overcoat pocket still covering the four Tho waideu opened tho doors Every ono of yen stand up against tho wall in tho rear of the corridor Be particular to keep your hands above your beads They marched back What are you going to do about this Mangan asked Raymond Youll hear too soon for your own was all that was vouchsafed lomfort him Whan they had reached the rear wall Mangan passed out through tho door wnjsnnd ran to catch n passing car Its getting hot ho said to him self ns ho allowed his mind to wander back over the exciting incidents ho had just passed through Its fun in ono respect but if 1 cannot prove Isabels paternity Raymond will havo tho laugh Mother St Gertrudo will enru for Isabel and Ill start straight for Denver in tho morning beforo 1 get en- Â¬ tangled in other plots Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER XII ISAI1IX YIELDS TO THE SCHEMER Til Mangan wulkcd out of tho penitentiary Raymond tho warden and Ray- Â¬ tho keepers dropped their hands mond felt liko berating the keepers soundly Ho was not a man to allow his feelings to interfere with bis schemes It would never do to suspend the keepers it would bo bad to abuse them it might awakon enmity oven to criticise them Ho was at their mercy In his fruitless endeavors to confine Mnngnn until he had millions secured he had simply succeeded in giving three men n powor over him that ho would havo to conciliate for all timo Thercforo ho said nothing concerning the experience of tho evening but bado tho warden and keepers good night and walked down tho stoop a much tnoro dejected man than when ho entered the grim portals of the statos stronghold a fow hours beforo Ho feared Next day he was fretful tho consequences of his act nnd was uncertain what to do Ho awaited tho initiativo of Mangan Days passed and ho had heard nothing ot the nowspaper man Ho had Instituted inquiries about him but no traco of lii in could bo found He had nowspaper friends the recip- Â¬ ients of his favors who wero on terms of intimacy with the managing editor of Tho Bugle But managing editors aro not tolling ovcrybody or any one just what men on special missions aro about The words of tbo managing ed- Â¬ itor ns quoted to Raymond wero Mangan has dropped out of sight I dont know where ho is What has become of him That wns tho question Raymond was puz- Â¬ zling about Raymond was not afruld It was and Is tho practice of of a suit justices to run off on pleasuro trips and slirn a number of papers for their chief When Mr M Symon Baltimore Md Run Down That Tired Feeling CI -- Headaches No Appetite Six Bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla Dear Sirs tPetoro uilug Hoods Sarlapa tills I wm frequently sick and did not know vruat was the matter with me Ono day I would eel so tired I could hardly stand the next I would hare a serero Utadnche and so on sot knowing what the next day would bring forth 1 did not hare any appetite and Sever Brln Back New Life IToodCo Lowell Masit Was Qfeatly Run Dawn The Bu- uftea was as neqr to Mangan as Sis mood was Newspaper men make UfbtuiMgllks conclusions in emergen tss Mattgati nwr naynionrt woua bis word and he knew also not that Raymond would be bold enough to repudiate tswVked if signed mt and tners on the ground that duress bad The kwspsni would parjora bssn tusd tbsuiMlvM to strtngtlin tbsir claim cm Raymond Tbsw was no way to Th eotUMctlon was made I tried a good many medicines but they did me Having ksard a great deal about no good Hoods SampaHU I deelded to try a bottle I felt better I bay now w4sU bottles and feel as wel a ever feMitof treat benefit tons as I baw regalasd ass HoodsCures 44 to say I soon ky li tf yajpeUean4 Now Knjey OoW Health feaa strongly rooMim4 Hoods 8faartt M Srsioits at sa ssMltent blood laetltelae Jk AUqulO itrsel KsTttiaor Marytaas art lew a MM set saesly ssWisily am as known of his discovery Tho letter ad dressed to her predeceHHOi satisfied him I oiiisvillo Tin h lay ot that If Maugun had gono to Don A It Mnrrln Dig Spring was In town ver ho must circumvent him How Tuesday on business That ho could detcrmlno only by burn Mr Ben Claiksoii of Hlg Spring whs ing how much Mother St Oeitrudo know nnd then by deceiving her and in town Wednesday Isabel It was a dangerous movo to Mr J T Jones went to Long Branch visit tho convent but it was tho safest Wednesday on business He was playing for millions nnd M Dr Dugan of Louisville visited rela Â¬ nervo must not foil Over a week had elapsed winco Mnngan disappeared and tives near Kkron Sunday it was time to act Misses Rachel and Vllllo Slincklett of Surprised to sco mo mother ho Hill Grove were in town Saturday ho passed insldo tho convent said as Mr Thomas Squires of Sample was portals determined not to bo ushered out or take hints to go until ho bad visiting relatives near Kkron Sunday gained tbo kuowlcdgo ho was seeking Born to tho wife of Blant Slincklett 1 am at n loss to account for your Tuesday May 20th a ton pound boy visit shosaid Mr James Foushce D II Brown nnd I nm interested in a friend of yours and n friend of Isabel Laureuco Man Â¬ J F Foushce went to Louisville Mon gan day Well Mr SJ Brown our hustling fancy Do you know where ho is groceryman went to Louisville Tuesday I do not Ho scanned her features and had no night Rev A N Wbltlnghlll filled his ap doubt that she was answering truly nnd would answer truly If sho did not re pointment at Salem Saturday nnd Sun- Â¬ sort to evasions Provaricato or equiv- Â¬ day ocate alio would not Tony Williams returned from Bowling You know of his mission Green Thursday where lio has been at- Â¬ What mission Well ho was writing an article nnd tending school went off at n tangent Ho was too hot Â¬ Mr Bob Thomas and wife of Louis- Â¬ headed to give explanations Did ho ville visited bis brother-in-laMr J say what bis suspicions wero of my A Wimp Sunday conduct Mr Joe Buron of Louisville enmo I nm not at liberty to say any- Â¬ thing down Thursday night to pay his brother-in-laWell from your reply I should say W L Archer u visit ho was Indulging in his usual trado 1 Mrs Mattio Reed who has been visit discovered some days beforo ho did tho coincidence of name in tho deeds of cer- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Dutch Richnrdson tain lands nnd atti acted by it took near Kkron returned to her home at Louisvlllo Tli u red ay steps to protect her and securo tho property by paying tho taxes and getting a Boils abcesses tumors nnd even can- Â¬ certificate Thero was no record that I could find that would show it was cers nro tho result of a natural eflort of any relntivo of hers who had made this the system to expel tho poisons which investment Isabel is the heiress the tho liver and kidneys have failed to re- Â¬ property is hers and we havo tho timo move Ayers Sarsaparilla stimulates all to search into tho past for evidence tho organs to n proper performance of And Laurcnco was going to Denver to investigate Just think of it I was their functions surprised at his conclusions I wish SAMPLE he was hero now So do I But mother my interest Splendid weather for fishing was in Isabol long beforo this Even now it is difficult to proo her right to Miss Addio Jolly is visiting Mrs Gus tho propei ty I confess I cannot sco Gibson at Cloverport how it can bo done Im n wealtbv A party from IlnweBvillc camo up on n man You know that There can bo no charge of selfishness in my regard fishing excursion Friday for her Do you know what that ro Mr S D Brndshaw Glasgow was n gard is guest at Mr W II Bobbins last week Isabel has told mo but ie Laurenco Thero is one happy boy in town Mast Â¬ really her other er B Mattlngly ho is wearing pants Hois Then if you can prove that why Thero will probably bo a largo crowd cannot you provo whether Isabel has a from hero tako in tho show at Clover- right to this estate or not port 1 can only provo that thero was a Messrs Mattingly Georgo Leland that Laurenco is his Miller are making son and Isabel his daughter Tho fam- Â¬ preparations to build them a largo store- Â¬ ily tradition will do that but of Mr house Lelands investments thero aro no Mrs Graham Jolly wont to Stopbuns proofs Tho lawyer who searched the port last Thursday night to sco her titles and arranged the purchase is dead He was my patron and I havo fruitlessly mother examined his papers for any clow Messrs Gus James and Oliver Shell But how did you traco Isabels re man wero fishing at tho Falls last Thurs Â¬ lationship Raymond was not dealing with a day evening Miss Mollie McQuady spoilt Boveral Bimple girl now Ho was talking with a woman of a judicial temperament days with her sister Mrs T E Elder who wanted to know tho why and near Mooleyville whereforo of everything Misses Eflle and Muttie French were Didnt Isabel tell you ho asked parrying her interrogatories to get timo in Sample Saturday guests of MisseB Molllo and Lily McQuady to plan his story She said something about an uncle Mr Vester Brtimfleld and family of in Worcester pressing him But if tho Hawesville wero visiting relatives hero uncle know of Isabel why did he never lost Saturday and Sunday write to her Why did ho never send Tbo funerals of Mrs Lorenzo Dow ell her some memento of her mother I cannot believe there are honrts in tbo and Mrs John Jolly which wero post Â¬ world so cruel poned lost third Sunday owing to the 1 told Isabel that 1 discovered her inclemency of tho weather Will bo natno a short time ago by a memoran Â¬ preached the id Sunday in Juno at 11 dum of tbo old lawyer It said Isa Â¬ oclock bel Lo Clair in Convent of Mercy and Mr Eugene Conner and Miss Lily 51c Laurenco Mangan supposed son of James Mangan of Worcester Mass son Quady visited Mrs G R French Thurs- Â¬ and daughter of George Leland See day They spent a most enjoyablo day case 8 shelf M Evidently on that shelf and are very much indebted to Section and in that caso was something that Foreman Conner and his jovial crow for would throw light on all this The ex- Â¬ the delightful ride home on the band ecutor however who was a brother of car Ho the deceased took those papers has himself died slnco and in tho fow Attention Republicans weeks I have been looking into tho mat- Â¬ I hereby order n convention to bo held ter I have teen no further enlightened On the other hand the caso was being at Hardlnsburg Ky the 3rd Monday in pressed against Laurence and my inter- Â¬ June which Is the 18th for tho purpose est in Isabel cuuscd me to display inoro of electing delegates to the congress activity than usual in Laurencos bo ional convention which is to meet at Havo I not satisfactorily ex Â¬ Lebanon Juno 27 1804 We will bo half plained ntitled to 12 delegates All Repub- How do yon account for the antlp licans aro urged to attend ithy Laurenco entertains toward you FitANK IIahweu Chairman It is hard I think bo is too candid too honest to persist in his enmity if a frank state- Â¬ ment wero mado to him But whero is ho now I cannot say I know ho has been pushed during tbo past fow days and is likely to bo He is so high minded and arrested Capital Stock t25 000 sensitive that ho might resort to means Surplus 7 800 Ho strikes mo as wo would deplore ono who w6uld prefer doath to dishon- Â¬ S F SEARD President or WILL MIIiLKKVloe lreildont no would never shun danger by M II BEARD Cashier courting discredit I I Jwpo you aro right mother but O W BEARD Dire tor his absence and his silence ore signifi- Â¬ MORRIS E8KRIDOE R M JOLLY cant Just then Isabel peered in from the INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS corridor Blio wantod to see Mother St Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice Gertrude and had been directed to the 60 cents at Babbagos reception room Raymond had seen her and she could not withdraw before tho mother superior said Come in Isabel She obeyed Wler face told of the WHARFMA8TER8 nights of worry she had passed through KENTUCKY CLOVERPfhT The change didvnot escape Raymond Heattilbuted it to tho secret tbutjuhe Alto Wboleiate and Retail Dealers la 4 was biding fromMaagsn and that the J had imparted to Mother fitf Gertrude Yellow Pne Flooring and Calling You are looking1 111 he said touer Line Lathi ShlftftlM was her I am not feeling well Hair only reply Cmiatltf Brick Dears SatkaaJ Bllnd that yo I hope ho continued are not fretting ovsr thinks that will rltl HltlmaUdy leadtotMBiHsw MieBgh a a4 aH kinds ef lutMlej Sole Agents for little Wvtexing bow7 Why 1 wish it wpttlcVem quickly HMtMd Ftrtillzirt and Tray cannot job toll Laarenoa now rjO M OOMfMOn1 MaMamaMMiaU Wftir aaki Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ uccblil lUo Uefclplotl of their clerks ha their btvil If Mail gan brought stilt tho evltlehuu wlliilti bo all ngninst him If ho mild ho had never nppeared in court lor trial ho would bo Ret down ns demented n fit subject for a lunatic asylum Raymond had rrnolved to nsccrtalu whether anything was known ut the convent or Mangans location Ho had concluded that Mangnn had gotio to Denver He had also reasoned to him self that Mother St Gertrudo must have rnrtn to if oYet fill wiled NnhirallTte justices jfr - ATray- mi i 7 - r - r rl ir - rn rrifl VuA7ii tii7 V if Z B V VrVKWIT - TJy vTsL rt Jt - upon EKRON Mtso Mblilii iloaid Dao Sunday oli the bilk llsl Henry Irvliigton tUs In toUh 1b Second Annual Picnic The second great galu Barbecue will be given on the 1 Â¬ Mr J It Dottell Henl to llardlnsbhrg Wednesday Mr J It Dow ell returned from Vino Grovo Tuesday Sqiilro Jnniffl llrynnl Weldon una in town Tuesday Mr Dolph Jones Hlg Spring went to nesa At the famous pleasure grounds at N HARDINSBURG KY This will be an old fashioned barbecue with meats cooked on the grounds and served in first class style Everything that will tend to regulate the inner man will be in abundance Music will be furnished by first class BRASS and STRING BANDS Speeches by the finest orators dancing and all kinds of modern amusements This will positively be the greatest gathering of the season and no one should fail to embrace this opportunity of passing a pleasant day in social amusement mingling with friends Nothing will be left undone that might add to the pleasure of all HARDIN JARBOE Proprietors l I01MIE MARKET RBPOtm We Gall the Attention Of Correctly weekly by Iuniphrcy A Laufer Pro ilucc loimiiUalon Mtrchjnls ajoStcoml St bet Main nnd Market J ouiivlUcKy LOUISVILLE KY May 29 1691 Shippers should mark all paokuges plainly with shippers name and pott office addren BUXTKU Choice country Medium Creamery 10 8 30 12 10 25 the Public To the fact that trade has opened up Â¬ EOQS 8 1 3 DEANS hand picked Navy ndlaoa Old or Common and colored Michigan IMme white goeie Mixed Old No 1 duck Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin Hootters per lb Freih 75 to 1 85 60 to 1 85 1 00 to 1 20 1 FEATIIEKS 35 a 34 20 J IS 35 HIDES 3 5 8 7 20 u 60 3i 12J POULTRY 1 0 7 Hem per lb 3 00 50 Sprint Chickens per doz AND PEACHES DRIED APPLEd 6K to Applet choice bright quarters Apples average i to 5 with a boom since we filled our house with a fresh new stock with the latest styles etc We propose to continue the boom through this season with unusually low prices and good goods instead of cheap trashy stuff like soma will offer you and say it is as good as ours We buy all kinds of produce at high prices Oome and see us early and be convinced Applet old Peaches new Peaches old 4 to 5 WOOL 25 18 12 12 5 3A Tub waihed Grease fine Oreaie coarse Merino Durry and Cuts M MEYER -- 17 14 CO it- SJ 14 10 BURAS KY VTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT GREEN Tallow W 21 Deeswax 30 m Sorghum Molasses HAY QRAIN PEED We quote price to day on Louisville city MISCELLANEOUS ii wharf BOWLING 1 OATS 32 No 3 oats HAY Striotly chol Choice No 2 Qood Medium Oood Dright Straw CORN Choice whit Choice shelled 10 11 10 4 50 00 00 75 38 13 00 12 00 11 00 6 50 Business College BOWLING fjrsfsytf ESTABLISHED IN southern ornal School 18T8 42H 48 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL 5CH00L The ereit DuilneM Training School of the South I KnslUh Teachers Scientific and Clatilc nook keeplnir Music Art and Elocution provided Short hand Telegraphy Type I Courses Writing and Penmanshln Punila can tnter at I for Low rates of board and tuition bend for any time Send for catalogue I c aiaioguc OUERRT BROS Proprs Bowling Qreen Ky Address Ez7Mentlon Course desired BANK CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping 4 25 3 75 3 85 3 25 6 40 6 25 8 76 00 3 25 2 60 4 76 HAHDINSBURG Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS 6 26 Choice packing and butchers 6 20 Fair to good 80 Rough Shoals and pies 100 lbs and under 75 Oood J O BOURNE J M IIAWER DANIEL DROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO SHEEP to extra shipping LAMBS Fair to good 2 75 1 60 4 60 3 60 Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 00 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP -- 3PEEDY anil LASTING RESULTS Yeu GREGORY CO CKKMONT MKBIOVL CO AB30LUTILT iur thin thin from any injurious lubttince L110Z 1BD0UISO SISUCZO Ws GUARANTEC a CURE or refund your menev Prlca SJSOO jierbottle Send 4e for trestiie M11 FAT PEOPLE Simple No Inconvenience YsiT fill CMStsyi v Boston Mius BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl K KY Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR 0tammmmmaimm0aummammmmmiBBmmammmmammimmittiHml Lovings Protective iT BH r 1 ANp Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG I v o hvA TO THE RIGHT MAN KY taT teWeum taini lUA IEH j - ppritchcy 1 -- J5yrm louiatfiLtE - v jj iif- l- - - u uvij bJf v A Ih - RSKSH IT CMlMflra v SJ3f - V T ViigtfbJAXggaagasaaagrofAaWMWVtfiWVy Mn ii fit BRECKfiKfttbSfi Mews 1891 LONG BRANCH J A WEDNESDAY JUNK 0 McGchce of LoUlsVlllo SIROCCO I II roots to send forth fresh Utides The black bird follow eth the plow nnd cateth what cut worms ho flndeth When he flndeth not tho cut worm ho pullcth up n stock of corn and cateth the grain thereof So tho birds oflense is greater than that of tho worm see Base ball is getting to be the rage in this county ngnln Tho Fontnin Field Tigers inndo the Brnndenburg Kjgles bito the dust again at Brandenburg the 28th ult If they ever get another pull at the Kagles tholl pick the very pin feathers outn em The Kkron boys are going to stand tho Tigers a contest at Brandenburg the 2d Sunday nfternoon Tho supposition with tho Tigers is if they can induce tho Eagles to stnnd by and look on nnd see n game played once theyll muster up courage to play the Tigers again some time when the latter havo nothing else to do nnd are wanting a little exeruiso I wonder what was tho matter witli George Worland Sunday after the ball was over He was the saddest looking man I over saw when I passed him on liis way dow n town I had a notion once to ask him if tils wife was dead then I remembered that he was a single man nnd thought perhaps his drl had gone back on him and he wouldnt caro to be interviewed on the subject Im afraid his friends will have to send him on for a change of scene 0 yes I remember now George was Captain of tho Kagles and ho was sorry for me to see him in the plight he was in You know a pick- Â¬ ed bird always tries to hide his head anyhow Wonder if ho wasnt nfraid that I would write him up George brighten up I wont say anything more about it if youll set up the cigars when yes Im going to make Captain Kdmonds set em up too Gee whiz I think Will Hynes ought to set em up Ive said a heap about him and bo never has thank Â¬ ed me for it Well Ill let him oft if ho wont bounce mo nny more Isnt it astonishing to think how so many institutions will like mushrooms spring up to maturity in a single day as it we and ere some of their nearest neighbors deigh to smllo on them they havo shot their wad and gone the way of all the earth I come to town D Babbago of Cloverport is visiting Mrs A Ditto Jr Win Kelly spent Saturday and Sunday with his family in West Point week but Is nbout again Stuart Young of Louisville was at Lucy Coleman o Sulphur Springs is visiting her grand ma Mrs Nnncy this placo last week on business T E Jenkins of West Point spent Hnynes Ditto Bcrayman Is homo from Hnr Sunday with Miss Nellie McGchce dinsburg Normal College Mr Tom Phillips of Sirocco spent Sunday with Mr Calvin II end rick Mrs Will Coleman of SulphurSprings visited her mother Mrs Nancy Hnynes Miss Myrtlo CruUher of Garrett is Inst week visiting her sister Mrs James Hicketts Miss Euln Jones of Duck Grove visit- Â¬ Mrs Agues Hicketts who has been ed Misses Mnttio uud Mubcl Sharklctt visiting Mrs Black in Louisville has re- Â¬ last week turned home Miss Kiln Hnynes spent sovcrnl days Mrs J H Hall spent last week with Inst week with her aunt Miss Will Colo her daughter Mrs J II Ditto at mnn nt Sulphur Springs Beech Grove Bob Ashcraft nnd family visited Sandy Miss Virgil Bhodes of Brandenbuig Hill neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Tho routo my letter took last week was spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss as crooked as the road tho children of Ella Hendiick Miss Lillio McGlothan of Irvlngton Israel traveled It went clear around tho circus I looked for it to go right in spent several days lost week with Miss Annie Fountnine Sirocco seldom passes em by James Bickerstair spent Sunday in Tho fleeting moments pnssed away plensnutly nt the home of Mr and Mrs Paradise Bottom and was the guest of Brown the evening of tho 2Uth tilt Miss Ada Williams when a number of neighbors and friends Miss Jennie Woolfolk who has been gathered in in honor of Miss Maud vlsitltg Miss Mary McFarland has re- Â¬ Jones Mrs Browns nelce of Gentry turned to her homo nt Mende Springs vllle Iud who after spending n week nt Mrs Wm Ditto and Miss Mattle Mc her uncles returned home the 0th tilt Gehee of Beech Grove and Miss Annie accompanied by her cousin Miss Clnrn Hichardson of Meado Springs spent Brown Wednesday with Mrs A Ditto Jr Tho cut worm cuteth off tho corn at the top of the ground and lenveth the It Is beyond question that Ayers Mrs Albert Morgan Is very sick Mrs J W Stiles of Stiles Mill lins typhoid fover Mrs Nancy Hayno was quite sick Inst Sunday at home J T Jones of Ekron place ono day last week Mrs TH1 BHROKaNRIDOB NRWS QLQVHRPOIMS KY rttmrfift vMeflasasrecsr rii o llestore HELPLESS AMERICA w Iftw aMMT iMr- Qfrtoai miwp JwWnrflHIWn t T rT rl ifiirtfi rifi wrfnr i mi ninijij t whkt lMUMIHMMIk inifiiT ri iim i iy HOLT The Land of the Free And spent war nt this hull which lias become thin J and keep the Hcalp clean nnd healthy use Charles Tliiiuo Sr went to Otveiis boro Saturday Mr John Heat In h qulie sick with INVALID the Home of the Brave t I typhoid ftwr AVERS HAIR VIGOR Dressing McQUADY It prevents tho hair from falling out or turning gray The best Mr has Tiiilusli visiting her daugh ter Mid George Nuscr Owonsboro Crops are looking bud and needing rain nnd warm growing weather very much The wheal crop Is not near so good ns was thought It would be MIm Aniiiu M Payne Tublnsport was the guest of Miss Mary Woatlierliolt Â¬ About 18 mnnlliB or two yearn ugo my wifes health yuvo unci alio grow nloiuhly way worso Shu could not rota in enrcoly nny tiling hIiu nlo iitul tho enso finally iihmiihuiI tho orst form of DYSPEPSIA and CHUONIS DlAimtKBA nnd she hucnuiu it liulnlosa inva lid At tho ugo of 18 1 hud hor utulur tlio treutmont of u good physician hut his efforts to ro liovo hor woro of no avail So nftor mutters liml continuod Urcflthes there the man witli soul so dend Who never to himself hath said This is my own my unlive lam Our Own Country Bepnsented In moro than 500 Splendid and Wonderful Photographs In Natural Photographic Colors Sunday Cloverport spent Sunday with his mother Mm M Smith Mr and Mrs Alfred Oelze Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs J A lies ton Sunday Miss Bosa Bidel Herbert Blcdel and Harry Hamman Cloverport spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Chas Biedel and family Mr W E Minor who was much bet Â¬ ter a few days ago has suffered a telapse and Is very ill at this writing Miss Forrio Hardin W A Smith and Alf Wolfe from this place and Miss Jennie Warfleld and Mrs Fraiz- - Clover- Â¬ port coniiosed a fishing party to Blue river up in Indiana last week Mrs John Stoetz of Point Pleasant W Va Is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Biedel Mr Stoetz who accompanied her is now in Tell City on business They will leave for home the first of next week Mr nnd Mrs Till Pauley Tho Grandest and Most Boautiful Thing Evor Soon Twenty Consecutivo Numbors for Published in 0 arntlinit The base ball ground adjoined Counjy Attorney Hambletons suburban prop erty where fresh laurels nwaited Fontain Field Tigers Tho aforesaid Hamilton came out to whero tho boys were playing with tho intention of converting himself into a back stop to keep stray balls from Invading his garden spot but Ills courage failed him Several balls circled nround his hend with such threatening velocity he hied himself olf to safer fields It was right amusing to watch tho sorrowful expression of Toms fnco when ever n foul bnll would circle around and make a dlvo for that truck patch Tom has a great big sympathizing heart nnd ho cant hear to see the small boy tearing his pantaloons while getting over tho wire fence after stray balls While watching tho interesting game wo wiled away the fleeting moments with our quondam rlcndFonnio Bhodes and others Fon and myself had n pleasant talk over old times when we used to llddle together but Fon seemed desirous of dwelling on tho things of tho present That girl at Chenault seemed to be completely wrapped up in his mind Tho genial managing Editor of tho Messenger camo out and asked me if Fon was talking about his girl I told him that I couldnt get Fou to talk about Ho said if I did I was anything elso tho only one that he had met lately that could get anything elso out of him The Editor said that ho was determined to see that girl If he had to go to Chenault especially for that business Said that Fon had asserted that she was tho pret Â¬ I told him to tiest girl in Kentucky take my word for it that I had seen her and was satisfied that Fon had not ox ngerated He took ono long lingering look at me and I actually believe that the man was ruminating in his mind Amen tho biggest liar in town couldnt Ho hcaoJ a sigh I eupposi beat you for tho sake of depraved humanity and pawed on Con Zoo ksl Say Ive just thought of it that Editor knew that Eons girl couldnt down Gypsy Maid Say old pard Im bound to take a part l that back though your girl Is mighty fine lookig Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo nro having winter ngiln Miss Clara Crews Is on the sick list Fnruirrs nre busy planting tobacco Mr Thomas Miller was tho guest of his best girl Sunday Mr Granvillo Wilson has his now liou8e about completed Mr John II Bland had a fine colt to dlo last week of distemper MissEflie McGary was at homo from Sulphur Springs last Sunday Dr Burch was the guest of Miss Arvclle Ball of Clover Creek Sunday Messrs Virgil Wilson and Lythe Jolly were guests of Miss Mattie McGary Sunday Misses Luna Tato and Katie Shrows berry of Kirk were guests of Miss Sal- lie Jolly last week Misses Flora nnd Luln Dejernette were Cherry Pectoral heads tho list of reme- Â¬ guests of their aunt Mrs Fred Weather dies for diseases of tho throat and lungs ford one dny Inst week Misses Elnora and Izora Frank of TAR FORK Hardinsburg visited their mint Mrs Susan Frank last Sunday week Com and vegtables are damaged by Mrs Horace Bland and Mrs Jndlo the cool weather Tnul and Misses Kllio and Emma Pate Mrs Augusta Gabelings sons are erec Â¬ spent tho day with Mrs McGary nnd family Wednesday ting n nice barn on her farm Irom another correspondent Mr Thos Keenan who has been ill House cleaning Is all the go for some months is rapidly declining Lookout for Bobinsons circus With sadness wo received the news of Several of the boys took in the excur- the death of Mrs Nclia Owen last week sion Cave Spring church needs a good choir Mr Godfrey Hall visited Miss Julia badly and soino one would do well to get Coomes of Kirk Sunday up a singing school there Mrs Hensley of Louisville is visiting llov J T Keenan has returned from her niece Mrs W I Wilson Bremen College his health is much i in Mr A Ivln Miller of Oakland was tho pared by the long confinement in school guest of Miss Lidn Lyons Sunday 0 W Stino has quite a nice lot of Several of our boyn with their best dry goods and groceries on hand here girls spent Sunday at the Sand Knob which is a gMit convenience for we Mipses Flora and Lulu DeJernette country pleboans were In Hardinsburg shopping ono day Mrs Nettie Ball and two children of last week Mr and Mrs Lou Bhodes of Kirk Jolly Station visited her parents and other relatives in this neighborhood a spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs W A Jollys few days last week Miss Lela Jolly and Daisy Miller visitProf L C Taul recently purchased the farm now occupied by Mr L Irvin ed Mrs Wm Miller near Hardinsburg from B II Bates and son Mr Taul nnd WednesJay Mr Thomas Jarboo Hardinsburg wife will move there in Janunry next spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Tho trustees of this district are pro Clara Crews pared to receive bids for building n now Mr Frank Lyons and wife visited her school house We entertain a hope of mother Mrs Theodore Sklllman near having a more comfortable house hi the Hardinsburg last week future Messrs Clias Miller nnd John Jolly Mr J B Bates and daughter his neph Â¬ Jr were entertained by Miss Flora De ew D Bates and Mr Jno Vest went to Jernetto Sunday afternoon MaganOho county last week and spent a Mr Dudley Miller and family visited few days fishing Success crowned their Mrs Millers sister Mrs Wm Hendrick efforts and they brought back several of of Clover Creek Saturday the tinny tribe among them an eel Mr Nelson Jolly Jr called on Miss Kathleen Alvey Sunday afternoon Our Dr M J Davis is a prominent phy- Â¬ school inarm better bo coming homo sician of Lewis Cass county Iowa and The nice young merchant MrSheeran has been actively engaged in the practice of Kirk was in our midst Sunday We of medicine at that place for tho past supposo he was visiting Mr Jollys boys thirty five years On the th of May again while in Des Moinesen route to Chicago The social given by Mrs Nelson Jolly lie was suddenly taken with an attack of to the popular young Dr Burch the 10th diarrhoea Having sold Chamberlains was a failure owing to the inclemency of Colic Cholera and Diarrhiiu Bemedy for tho weather the past seventeen years and knowing Miss Gertrude Wilson is visiting relaits reliability he procured a 23 cent bot- Â¬ tives at Cavo Spritig We supposo that tle two doses of which completely cured accounts for the ubuiiI trip not being him The excitement and change of made around the road by some one Sunwater and diet incident to traveling often day produce a diarrhica Every ono should CIhih Miller being so fond of onions procure a bottle of this Bemedy beiore and too timid to cat all ho wants has leaving homo For sale by A It Fisher introduced the custom of filling his Cloverport Ky and Kinclioloe Meador pockets with them when he leaves the Co HardliiHburg Ky table Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kings thus for S or 10 months nnd my wifo hnd givon up to din I took tho onso in my own lunula nnd jmrchiiEcd n bottle of Dr ROYAL aURMETUGR liognn giving it lolior inwntnrnB hot as slio could drink it botoro nnd nftnr ouch mr ul using u only mild imrgutivo occasionally on rotiringut night SufllcH it to any in loss than a woek llioro wns A Wo nro Biiptiiyliig Portfolio No Ono ngaln week tho second week bo as to clve all a clianco to begin with tho beginning No Two will bo rendy for distribution next Monday Remember Is n regular serial publication with Our Own Country continuous text matter not short disconnected foot notes and wlillo wo shall bo able to furnish back numbers at nny time yet wo prefer to have all start at the beginning Como with us now and bring your neighbors nlong for this is the best of nil tho Portfolios Special Notice ten cents this BE FOUND EACH WONDERFUL CIIANOU u OUR OWN COUNTRY Should bo in Every American Home I In Every School in the Land NO BETTER TEXT BOOK FOR OUR SCHOOLS COULD I Roo could ont thing bIio dimircd uud today is a woll woman Sho uswl alto Rother possibly 4 or G bottlos In my opinion OERrtETUER HAS NO EQUAL Winona Mls HiiinY L Wat i a littlo of any Â¬ II is It tie Story of Our Country and Its People Ml Mr WntU l trnvcllnt nafiinxn for II Zu- btrMcr Co wholesale grocers New iirlrnn Kings lluynl OiTinetuer Co AtUuta Oj JOHN ROBINSONS SHOW The Amusement Golconda of the Period Nearly seventy years of contlnuousova tion has characterized tho career of the John Bohlnson show which this season is reaching the proud culmination of its triumphs No other show in existence can display so continuous and so clear a record From tho cold waters of tho Kennebec to tho shores of the Fucllic from the northern boundaries of civilization to tho southern limits of this con- Â¬ tinent for moro than one generation has tho namo of John Bobiuson been n household word and the coming of tho nlways unexceptionable exhibitional enterprises that bear his name is ever greeted with a hearty welcome From the genesis of the show until its present colossal perfection tlieio has not been ti solitary season in which it has not led its fellows in tho multiplicity and gen- Â¬ eral excellence of its attractions nnd now it towers above and dwarfs all cotemporaneous tented exhibitions into comparative insignificance and this sea Bon it presents such an opulence of ster- Â¬ ling and meritorious attractions ns to truly entitle it to be designated as a vast Amusement Golconda whoso wondrous wealth of entertainment is unlimited and immeasurable It is merely a work of supererogation to say that his circus has always been the best and biggest always in the van always prolific in leading and sensational features nnd always fully equipped with the finest stud of horses and the most skillful and finished bareback riders gymnasts and acrobats in the profession that his largo well ordered and well selected menagerie contains living vigorous specimens of all that Is strange rare and curious within the ran go of natural history and that his royal Boman hippodrome Is a vivid and realistic reproduction of that of ttho days of imperial Ciesar It may be said however that to theso always prominent and desirable attract- Â¬ ions has been added for the current sea Â¬ son a featuro so stupendous in magni- Â¬ tude so overpowering in unprecedented grandeur nnd iiupressiveness and so enormous in tho expense necessary to its production that the features men- Â¬ tioned grand and multifarious as they are can at best play but a secondary pait Tho grand biblical historical sceneographic lyric terpsiehorean and pantomimic spectacle of Solomon His Temple and Queen of Sheba Is thus alluded to a transcendently impressive and eminently moral and mind elovating pageautic and sconic production from the fertile brain of Mr John Bettig the projector and creator of Borne Under Nero Monte- Â¬ The Fall of Babylon zuma and Bondage in Egypt noted spectacles which have been annually produced under tho auspices of tho Order of Cincinnatus nnd which havo become famous throughout the length and breadth of the land To claim that Solomon His Temple and the Queen of Sheba is the master piece of this brilliant artist is uot transcending the limits of veracity There is not a sensual libidinous nor lascivious scene act or thought in the spectacle and everything in the entire presentation is holy chaste and puro The limits of a newspaper notice prevent mention in detail of tho manifold characteristics and excellences of this georgeous and imposing spectacle but tho reader will find exhaustive description in tho bills circulars and advertisements disseminated broadcast by tho management rite Hobinson show will exhibit at Cloverport Wednesday June Bl Â¬ Â¬ Many Are The People America Photographed lit fleeted Pictured and Described from Alaska to Florida and from Canada to Texas is Not All Scenery Nor All Housts and Streets Hut It Is America Ah You Would Seo It Reflected in a Mirror Nothing Like It It Stands Alone Grand Superior and Splendid 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best that is sold in HI WERK Gold Foil Box Pnper Mourning Box Paper uiled and un- Â¬ ruled Linen Box Paper ruled and unruled 3 Quires Best Paper Come nnd make your purchases 20c 20c 20c 20c the town Should the weather be hot and dust in the street Just try a cool drink it cannot be beat So step in and with mc you will agree That they arc rcviviscent when made by J W B StarWSaloon BATES Proprietor J Cloverport Ky JXO KC D BABBAGE Baiiiuoi Manager R R J These are our D BRASHEAR tC LausvIMeHadinsburgWestern No 3 TIME TABLE TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House BALL TOWN Farmers are busy planting tobacco Miss Alice Bricky is on the sick list Woaro having some moro cold weather Miss Collctta Wethington is on tho sick list If you want to seo fat hogs como to Hall Town Mr Thomas Keenan is very bad at this writing The cold weather caught Ball Town without any wood Mr Fhulgo Whitehou80 has gone to Cloverport to work Miss Emil Pato was tho guest of Miss Ada Hrickey Friday Bro Gregory will preach nt Tarfork Sunday at 11 oclock Born to tho wife of Mr Dick White house May 2ird a boy Mrs Rhclno Frank was tho guest of Miss Laura Pato Sunday Miss Maggie Bates was tho guest of Miss Alice Brickoy Tuesday Mr Fred Frank spoilt three days with Miss Lula Brickoy last week Mr Fred Frauk and George Taul say they like to work at the saw mill Mr Ben Patterson was the guest of Miss Maggie Bates Sunday evening There were several boys and girls from this vicinity wont on the exclusion Sat- Â¬ urday Mrs Bheine Frank says she wishes tho peeple would come and help her cut bushes Mrs 8plcy Brlckey Mrs Sarah Frank Mrs Vane Pate spent tho day with Mrs Sam Taul Friday Mr T N Brickey and wife vhdUd Mrs James Wright Saturday and Sunday at Jollys Station Dr Price We aro sorry to say Miss Jennio Mc- Â¬ Gary who has been confined to her room for sometime with her eyes Is still no better Never mind Jennio some ono is singing Walt till the clouds roll by Jennio Messrs Forest and John Lyons Jr Thomas Miller and Itobt McGary were guests of Misses Aubo and Juda Ball Look out Doctor Sunday afternoon Lyons aro dangerous and Millers aro almost as bad TAKING EFFECT JULY WcitUound Trains Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun 29 1891 East Hound Trains Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right No6 Nol STATIONS 00am 1140 1155am 1212 12 48 10U 11 Iv 118 1 25 145 220 Harried Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly Glcndeane Deinpster arKallsIloughlv Hock vale Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 8 No f lrvlncton Ar B30am Garfield 8 20 8 00 7 40 CLOVERPORT KY R vff 710 640 610 7 00 6 SO 5 37 5 26 DoBires to Bee all the tobacco farmerB of this and surrounding country Louisville St Louis Texas R R 2 32 2 44 Fifty cents is a small doctor bill but that is all it will cost you to cure any ordinary case of rheumatism if you use Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it and you will be surprised at the prompt re- Â¬ lief it affords Tho first application will quiet tho pain CO cent bottles for sale by A B Fisher Cloverport Ky and Klncheloe Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky Ituth Asklns 518 6 00 Oaks 259 330pm ArKorrtiville Iv 4 45am lb Price Right Co - j H 1 25 150 200 IfcTO L JrfpC4 ft 3Twsa and 250 JNO D BABBAGE E C 22 TIME SCHEDULE Tukluir Effect At 600 oclck A -- SKI rats 17 10S3 JStiA BABBGAE Manager H Sunday Dc K9 Vrl found TVains Bound Tram Kentucky Asphalt Tho aspholt minis over at Gaifleld are doing steady work just now They aro working about 30 men in tho mines and are shipping from four to six cars daily Twelve teams aro employed In hauling the mineral to the cars and theso make 100 a day Tho men in the mines make from 110 to 150 a day This is putting a coneiderablo amount of money into circulation in that neighborhood and the people of Garfield say that good and prosperous times are right on thorn ywuauiMWure XIIOUTIIAMj STATIONS Dally Dally Kxpra Dally 12 11 Mall A BOOK KEEPING 74n 800 8 40 8 43 IvUnn uud l NMANSUII THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX IRaVEATS I HAUE MARKSjr Children Cry for Pitchers Cistoria Whan Baby slek w gut her 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stenoKranhers teaclvera us provided we rill same We have recently prepared llooktan the above especially adapted to HoMr tiTUDV Sent on Co days trial Hundreds have been benefited hundreds of dollars by ordering our publications Why not vour l jsa Cktiiilil ustn teeee f4MStiljs m Knlat jn n1laa is Viihuiu jwu viiivi vm w tBV tou would receive credit Tor the amount paid Knur weeks by our method of teaching book keeping is equal to n weeks by the old plan atiiiniia v for our uurtiMioeu unucr certain con ditions fiend Free Illustrated on page catalogue and state vour wants A dress J 1 lirautrhon lrcst DraoijIioiii Practical lluslucss College and School ot Shorthand and Tcjeitraphy NashvilloTenn 1 Teachcrsooo Students the past year No vacation Knter anytime Oil cup Knurd NJI We pay s Â¬ 000 a 07 an tt 981 943 10 West lolnt Howard Hoc Haven llrandenburg K ron Guston Irvlnirton ptar Kentucky St 45pm ftm H4T 1117 ii a a infta 1060 1U41 94 u4 10 14 10 JO 10 2 10 10 so ai Pierce Ssbiple Stephensport Addison Webster Lodlburg lata 00 1008 10 W4S 1035 10 20 loll idfiu lurktci bokkcepcrs I Ilia 11 W 1063 105 reported to tI Iman llawcsvllle lctrie Falcon Caves Lewlsport Powers Cloverport Shops loU 93B 94ft 9i 9Sb 904 iIjm AGENTS WANTED POLLARD I urn la im 2 1 vs I8ECKEHRIDGE luu KmmToSTtSSrfSnXi mSjSVat W4s one volume nearly 4S paxes Illustrated for Acnssclliu ij to 100 a day OafitMc kutr It i for cloihTliaK prosit noons and omnia teeny ict HtxcxiY 1 rUlOK Matttngly arifttV Stanley WortHlagtoa Owensfearo Iates 8M H li li 1 A UWtMlflllM YIOTMKY W-HIN VlKiWtt Cj IhIImIUi I i Af arHssMlMealviiJ m Kale ll i aTL M v tf itl ibtmm r f 1 52 r wujnv5 1 mi iniTl rvsPiR JBki1SIM IiriUlU suit Itrthl tithes at Miller UghtfootgComo nml soo ollr baby Icglibhis Miller Lightfoots MIm Emma Mosely of Stoplieiispoit wns in the city shopping yesterday Short A HnyncB will sell you watches chains charms c nt hnrd time prices Brighten your homes by using somo of that prepared palntfttShort A llaynes Hatal lints hatal nt Miller A Light foots nt ten twenty and forty cents up Docs your house need painting If so Short A Ilnyucs will sell you paints very cheap now Mrs A It Baker of Henderson is tho guest of Mrs F J Ferry at the Clover port Hotel Do you want a watch 7 Short A Hayncs will sell to you cheaper than you ever imagined jou could buy Tho Flying Dutchman has struck the town again and Cloverport is going up against it just as hard as ever 5 pays for tho full Uirm at tho Clover- Â¬ port Normalbeginning June 11 Special features Reviow of all legal branches psychology and school management A practical knowledge of at least tho elementary principles of the Science of the Mind the most essential requisite of the teacher will be given at tho Normal Mrs Caleb Hawkins returned from Owensboro yesterday where she had been to see her daughter Mrs Joe Jarboe who has been quite sick but is now convalescent Up to date Joe Mullen is the only man who has declared his intention of making tho raco ior magistrate in tho Ho proposes to Cloverport district stand for re election Mrs Mary J Miller now has the pret- Â¬ tiest and brightest looking residence in tho east end because of its having just been newly painted Os Holmes was tho contractor and it is a splendid - I BMVJ Highest llonoMBtyttl 11 i j - balr in 11L I Personal All AJkliis of Sample was hi the rlty Friday Mrs T F Snwyur Is visiting relatives in Hawenvillo jmmmimimmmmmmiiMmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmaKmm J WeJv I WNSAgdNAS WEATHER w CREAM V A BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Creamof Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum orany other adulterant 4Q YEARS TUB STANDARD nmm L00AL BREVITIES Judge Murray cams down from Hard Â¬ lnsburg last Saturday Miss Mary liowmer of Hardlusbitrg is the guest of Miss Lizzie Skillman Mr Sash Simmons and son Johnnie of Irvington wore in tho city Sunday Mr M F Popham and Father Nle buns went to Hardlnsburg last Sunday J M Hook and and family of Hard lnsburg were in tho city shopping Mon- Â¬ day Mrs Henderson Williams Hawes vlllo visited Mrs T F Sawyer last wcok Mrs O M Anient and Mrs W O Allen aro visiting relatives at Elizabeth town Mr and Mrs D R Murray made a flying trip to Fordsvlllo ono day last week Miss Lula McFarland Owensboro spent Wednesday tho guest of tho Misses HARD TIMES Hnvo caused nn accumulation of Patent Leather SEASONABLE STOCK Low Prices GREAT REDUCTIONS SHOES For Gentlemen Ladies Children Our shoe Btock is just as popular with them as it is with tho ladies Tliis is a special for them If you are a man and wear shoes hero is just what you arc looking for Como to us Fine Assortment Wo can Our goods must ho sold must bo tho means anil causo of moving same not wait for warm weather ire r Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JUNE News 0 1894 GREATER BARGAINS in every department ip Ico cream every day at tho City Bakery Handkerchiefs for circus day Su- Â¬ lzers All kinds of cool drinks at the City Bakery Now wall paper this week at T F Sawyers Call at Palace Saloon for fino old whisky Nice light tics for circus day wear Sulzers Coldest heer in city ono door below h postofllce Wall paper 2J cents single 10II at T at F Sawyers Como early and avoid the rush Knights gallery How to raise n breeze on circus day a fan Suhers Pattern hata at cost Mrs II V Duncan the milliner Light cool clothing for hot summer day wear Sulzers Leave your orders for ico cream and Cos sherbcrt at IHedel For oldest and purest applo brandy in the city go to Palace Saloon Louisville beer is tho best I sell it fresh and cold J W Bates Ladies save money by buying their hats of me Mrs II V Duncan Better health better appetite can be had by rking a bicycle Sulzers Examine our lino of ladies dress goods circus day get our prices Sulzers Every piece of candy in our house is fresh just received Itiedel Co Have you seen those lovely Hyde Park sailors at Miller Lightfoots Louisville beer fresh ice cold and sparkling at J W Bates Star Saloon Nice cool drinks are refreshing these hot days I sell them J W Bates Cream sodas lemonade milk shake Cos Ico cold sweet cider at Itiedel Now is the time and Knights gallery is the place to have your plcter took Dont stand out in the hot sun get a nice umbrella See our line Sulzers Just the hat you want is just the hat I have Mrs II V Duncan the milliner LIghtfoots You will find at Miller the cheapest and most stylish hats in the city Fresh ico cold beer always on tap at one door below post Talaco Saloon ofllce Since the adoption of the time card on T all trains stop at Ad Â¬ tho L St L piece of work Â¬ iv vt Charlie Hall John Sommcrs Filo De Haven Geo Gregory Reuben Lnalie Marion Behen and Geo Wilkerson com- Â¬ posed a fishing party that started from ths city to the Fulls of Rough last Sun- Â¬ day They will return to day The brick works wore about to closo down this week for the want of coal but recent dispatches convoyed the flatter- Â¬ ing news that neither Deanfield or Fal- Â¬ con mines would be effected by tho strike and that the coal would keep coming William F Pool of McDaniels this county was one of tho lucky gucssers in tho distribution of prizes by the Courier They were based upon tho Journal amount of rain fall for tho month of May Mr Pool was one of 53 guessers who divided 200 among them giving each 5378 Getting Well Mr Charles Lisbon and little son Wallio the unfortunates who hud such a narrow escape in the frightful runaway mentioned last week are both recover- Â¬ ing The little boy who was dragged at a fearful speed for a quarter of a mile over the rough Btreets is so much im- Â¬ proved that he is able to be out on the f i r it V f rW dison Examine large screw top pinta Owens boro Ciubonly 50c at Palace Saloon B Beavin Prop Tho finest drinks any way you want themat J W Bates Star Saloon opposite the post office Prettiest hats least money Thats Catholic Church Notes the magnet at my millinery store Mrs The parsonageof tho Catholic church II V Duncan is nearly completed For Rent Two elegant rooms either Work at tho new Catholic church has Apply to furnished or unfurnished begun D Babbago Jno Tho Rt Rev Bishop of Louisville The elephant may have a big trunk will bless the corner stone on June 24th but wo have somo trunks nicer and 3 oclock p 111 assisted by several cheaper Sulzers priest Our store will bo tho meollng place of Attention is called to tho 4th of July a host of your friends make it your picnic at the Lalleiat park It is for headquarters also Sulzers homo pride and homo peoplo are doing From now on we will inako you first the work class tin types on short notice at tho old Gone to California reliable gallery 0 L Knight Chas P Sawyer started for San Fran- Â¬ A nice raft of logs went out of Clover cisco Cal last Wednesday night where Creek last week for Tell City It was ho will take charge of the M V Mon Â¬ owned by the Satterfield boys arch ofllces Tills California office Is the are waiting for the big pa Â¬ headquarters for the colobreted Monarch While you whiskies for the Pacific Slopo nection rade to start come in and oxamine our And while wo congratulate Mr Sawyer goods get our prices Sulzers on being promoted to this important position wo also congratulate The big parade passes in front of our arclis on their securing so good tho Hon Â¬ and com atoro while you are waiting inspect petent a man for the place our stock no trouble to show goods Suiters Think They Were Poisoned The rtvor has fallen sovoral feet since Early in lost week Mr Ibrael Holder last week and alltlanger of Hooding the hab a fine Jersoy heifer to lay down and suddenly Ho could not ac- Â¬ low lands in this section of the Ohio Val Â¬ die very count for tho death but he had no sus- Â¬ ley is passed picions of Jpoison A few days aftor The streets of Cloverport were almost while he was riding his fine gray mare acting queorly lie turnhe noticed erowded with visitors last Saturday and ed her Into her lot and In fifteen min Â¬ his v goods was bought and hauled away by utes she was dead He now accounts for their death by thinking that somebody the wagon load has It in forliim and Is getting revenge Special bargains In trimmed hats for by the cowardly act of poisoning his the next ten days Give us a call and stock be convinced Miller LIghtfoot Mrs One Tare Sound Trip Haynea old Btand The L St L A T will sell tickets one If you havu never been through our faro fpr the round trip from Irvington to More come in circus day We will be Cloverport and from Dwenabqro to Clo verport on June gkd to meet you glad to show you Fortlflville on Jjine1314 from Irvington to from Irvington to through Sulzers Hardlnaburg and from Fordsvllle to Har When you come to Cloverport dont dliMburjr June 15 and from Guston to fall to oalloajDlA Kalght city photo- - Weftt Point June 16 the occasions be Ilobinsons show The same ing RMphr for your pictures gallery over ratesJhon be given from all way station will - DHuys Jewelwy store W X Miser Is Better Goods delivered promptly to kll train f row the The ad boats Make your purchases early Minor latest news conveyed Hon Win EÂ¬ yesterday the notify will take care of your goods and ta ing information that he is Improving be w Insr aWft to alt up He says ha is s en promptly Sulwr1 Mvf dUUtc or Commissioner of Agriculture HJMiy rttMM and will remain In the raoa to tb Bad ublset to the action of the Demoerstlo jhhww Brown itom be Sift As toon as the is aUe to be up bs eater cjnvMi streets though he carries one arm in a sling and tho other is still bandaged The flesh was frightfully torn on both hands and fore arms as he rubbed over tho rough gravel and stones It is interesting to hear him tell of the thoughts he had and tho efforts he inndt to save himself while ho was being dashed as everybody thought tocertaln death Mr Lishen had threo ribs brokeu in his left sido when ho was knocked down and run over by tho horse as ho was try- Â¬ ing to savo his boy and his recovery is much slower than the boys At one time last week it was thought that he could not recover but we are pleased to say that ho is now able to sit up in bed and if no relapse is suffered he will soon bo out again Ua jUteMwowktrfcAM mzmx I Sawyer Mr and Mrs Joseph E Miller of Gus ton were In the city shopping ono day last week W N Wendelkin returned Monday OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS from a visit to relatives and friends at Earllngton J W Moston of the Hawesville Clar- Â¬ S ECornorThird and Market Sts Louisvlllo Ky ion was in tho city a few hours Satur day evening Mrs Jno D Babbage and children visited relatives at Louisville and Bran- Â¬ Philip Noel of Stlth Valley passed GUSTON denburg last week through here n few days ago on his way Mrs II N Martin and children of home Ho has been attending school Dr Baxter was In Brandenburg lost Greenville Ky are tho guests of her at Hardlnsburg week sister Mrs J A Barry Misses Ellen Munford Llllle McGloth- Â¬ Ask Miss Koso why she is interested lan and Mattio Adkisson and Erskin Miss Addio Jolly of Sample who has been visiting Mrs Gus Gibson returned in bicycles Munford were tho guests of Misa Claro home Saturday evening Carl looks disconsolate Ho says ho Adkison Tuesday Henry Kurtz the Texas agent of is homesick Mrs Aylesworth and daughter-in-laWebster was in the city Saturday the Noah Hicks and wlfo were hero shop Mrs Wm Aylesworth of Grahampton guest of Smith English Ky wero tho guests of Mrs F M ping Friday Miss Nannie Wilson and Mr William McCans of Big Springs Ky was Osborue last week Thos Powers left Sunday to visit friends and iu town Friday Mrs Thos McCans of Ekron and relatives at Falcon Station visiting at Big Miss Eva Itichardson of Garrett wero Jesso Cunningham was Misses Martha and Alice Powers from theguestaof Mrs A B Pollock and Tuckers Flat wcro visiting friends and Spring last week Miss Helen Friday Saturday was squire Thompson s rulo relutives In Cloverport last week Rev Cullom pastor of tho Irvington Mr and Mrs Jeff Hambleton and lit-Â¬ day at this placo Baptist church Rev Blalock of the Sem Â¬ tle daughter of Henderson aro tho Miss Ethel Adkisson is expected homo inary and Misa Ermilo Munford went to guests of Mr and Mrs Mariom Hamble- Â¬ soon from Texas Louisville last week ton Mr Woymunth of Wedekin David Shacklett and sister were in Co Mr and Mrs Charles Tlnlus returned town Wednesday Wholesale Grocers of Louisville and from a visit to Owensboro accompanied D W Lowis of Brandenburg was Mr Flother of tho American Grocery by their little grand daughter Cornie Co wero in town last week with us Wednesday Unser C E Bryant our popular merchant VA Smith of Louisville visited Miss August Dutschke of Union Star pass Â¬ lias about decided to call his wee daught- Â¬ ed through the city last Saturday He Henri Cain Sunday er Verna If anybody can find a pret Â¬ Ferd Hodges of Bewleyvillo spent tier name send it in please had been on a business trip over in Saturday in our town Ohio county Mr Hall of Webster Mr Wathen of Mrs II A Powell of Brandenburg Miss Maude Osborne who was sick Irvington Mr Wimp of Garrett and came down Sunday to visit her son last week Is now well Phil wero guests of Misses Maude and jesse rowen ot tms ctty sue will re- Â¬ Tom Lyddan was tho guest of Miss Gertrude Osborno Sunday turn home to day C E Bryant and Dr A A Baxter Clara Adkisson Sunday Mr 0 F Heyser of Leltchfield ac- Â¬ NefThas some nice home mado took Biippor at Mrs Munfordsone even- Â¬ Geo J companied by his little daughter Fan Â¬ ing lost week They aro still talking tinware Call and examine nie May is the guest of his brother at who about tho fino strawberries which wero Mr and Mrs C E Lewis baby tho Heyser House served Mr John B Whalon of Daviess bos been sick is improving Jos Osborne sr left for Brandenburg Mrs Geo JTCefT who has been Blek Sunday afternoon Ho Is engaged In county who had been spending a couple of weeks at tho Tar Springs returned for several days Is improving putting up some houses at that placo homo yesterday morning Miss Ida Shumato spent Saturday and Jim can build a first class house on short Mr 0 T Skillman left last Sunday on Sunday with Miss Helen Pollock notice the City of Owensboro for a visit of a Tho Sabbath schoul at this placo elect Abo Morris one of Big Springs popu- Â¬ couple of weeks at Lawrenceburg Lex Â¬ lar merchants was in town Friday ed tho following ofllcers for the ensuing ington and other Bluegrass cities Rev Overstreet preached two ablo yean Hugh Hardaway Supt 0 E Judgo Charles Eaves of Greenville Bryant Asst Supt and Mis3 Clara Adsermons Sunday to acrowded house Ky is in the city tho guest of Mr and kisson Secy R J Pattorson and J G Anderson Mrs G W Short It is tho first time Wm Miller of Brandenburg was horo went to Louisville lost Wednesday that the Judge has been in Cloverport with his fish wagon Friday He had daughter Mrs Mike Shumato and for more than twenty years and ho sees some fino specimens of tho finny tribo Miss Ida wero in town Friday shopping among which was a thirty pound catpur many changes Our popular deputy sheriff Wm chased by R J Pattcson Base Ball Rhodos of Brandenburg was In town Rev Whittiughill pastor of Salem The Cloverport base ball club accom- Â¬ Friday church has recently returued from Lou- Â¬ panied by several friends went to Steph Sparrol Osborne who is having his isvillo whore he has been attending the ensport last Friday where was played eyes treated at Union Star is reported Baptist Theological Seminary Ho treat- Â¬ what was called a rather bum game of ed his congregation to a fino sermon Sun better ball Tho Cloverporters wore victorious Mrs John Livers of this vicinity was day morning howovor by a score of 30 to 10 Henry Chllds who left this county Mrs J R Basket Tho same clubs will cross bats at Clover- Â¬ visiting her sister several years ago to locate in Kansas is Tuesday port to day and the gamo promises to bo visiting his sister Mrs Stanloy Smith Charlio Lowis and Ben Miller were He will a better one The grounds are Bituated spend a few weeks among relaat the west end of Wall street Scats havo among tho oxcurstonesta to Louisvillo tives and friends before returning to his Saturday been prepared for the ladles and the western homo was fair sex aro especially invited to come Elijah Board of Hardlnsburg Dr Willett and wife of Ekron Mr Bhaking hands with old friends here Piggottand wife of Irvington Rufus out and witness the game Soveral Cloverport peoplo went to Thursday Cain and wifo of Bewleyvillo John Cannelton last Sunday to witness a Sanford McCoy and daughter of the Lyddun and wifo of Webster Geo game of ball between tho Cannelton Bowloyville neighborhood wero with us Lyddan of Webster and Misa Lula club and an amateur team from Louis- last week Lewis of Brandenburg attended church vlllo and came back thoroughly dis-Â¬ R B LeGrand of Cloverport was hero Sunday gusted with the proceedings G A Notr who has been visiting his hero last week Bhaking hands with his The Cannelton club was about to get brother Geo J Neff for tho past few old friends beat and they had to resort to Jas M Osborne jr and Geo Smith weeks left Saturday morning on his their accustomed schemo of bull dosing Greon is a clever attended the croquet party at Perry Cun wheel for Louisvillo and busting up the gamo with a row young man and wn cant blamo ono of difr Friday our girls for watching that bicycle as it Miss Sallie B Osborne of Andyvillo Council Meeting dissapeared In tho distance PolTho City Council met in regular Ky was the guest of Miss Helen Our friend 0 E Anderson has re- Â¬ session Monday night and despite the lock last weok turned from Garrett to look after his Mrs Belvia Miller her son and little Malteso kitten fact that the Flying Dutchman was hav- Â¬ While he is not going ing agrand opening only a square away daughter Lulu woro visiting friends in to settlo down as a bachelor vet tie savs Gipsy Maid is a littlo too hasty with her every Councilman and the Mayor was in Brandenburg last week prediction mat lie is contemplating an his seat Miss Jonnie Hardin of Brandenburg investment in tho matrimonial market A few claims were allowed and other is visiting the Misses Munfords at their in the near future routine business transacted A new beautiful country home VACANT LOT ordinance was then passed which pro Â¬ Gabe Mcadora smiling face was Been For tale lot 75x11c onpoiite M K Church vides that riding galleries Flying Dutch Â¬ on our streets Sunday He left on the Blm street Apply to IU 1IAM11IKTON men shall pay a license of 250 a day If evening train for Louisvlllo llcndenon Ky wock or more and 600 or MAltlON UAMMHTON they stay one Cloverport Ky Jacob Cowley and Mrs Robt Hen Â¬ for a single day so requiring it the Council dricks and daughter of Sandy Hill were Tho laws For Sale Trotting Bred Stallion proceeded to elect a Board of Health among our visitors last week To settle the business of the company Aber Mrs Baxtor and littlo daughter Elsio deen Star will be solil to the highest bidder at whose duty It is to Bee that the city is Irvington July 7th at 1 p in JIu Is a bay 9 kept in proper sanitary condition and returned from a visit to her parents and years old will wcluh isoo Ins Was sired by by ltysdyks llamhletnnlan and Aberdeen he act in accord with tbo State Board of friends in Harrison county Ind nis mm uy iewjion bniei juu iilamu Ernest Hardawayof the C 0 AS W June 5th i Health Dr J T Owen and Clayton Orosson R R was tho guest of his cousin Miss Up wore the persons chosen to compose tho Flora Adkisson Saturday evening Eugene NelT of Lakeland Ky who board Council then adjourned and ahead of has been visiting his brother Geo J NeiT left for Louisvlllo Friday morning P Officers Misses Mattle Adkisson and Llllle are those Monday night was the regular election night for the Knights of Pythias and McGlothlan were among the guests at the following officers were elected for the Strawberry tea at Mrs Munfords the Ureckenrtuge Lodge no 01 Unas Monday May 0 0 Albert A Lallelst V 0 1 Mrs Baxter and little daughter Elsie Gus jsugene 11 Kingsoeryi w 01 w Brown Lodge Representative Geo W are visiting her parents in Indiana The Short DUtDeptG0 Lightness and strength Doctor seems lost since his wife and baby have gone combined IxecursisBi Miss Mary Bell of Mount Morena See roe if you want Ou the day of John Robinsons show Celeste Beavin and Mary and Stella Paul a wheel ia this olty June 13 the Breekinridge of Bewleyvllle were here Thursday sell Â¬ Company Limited will fua three trii ing on friends leaving Jesse Jones of Ekron Miss Settle Vktotia at Cloverport at Taylor ot Rosalia and Miss Jennie Cox WW a w T00 a u one of our own girls were ealHag est 1100 a w 100 in Agent 7s00 as friea 1 here Thursday WQa m 1 JULIUS WINTER CO and Misses J SHOES All kinds style size price and color Yes our shoe department is undoubtedly tho placo to buy your shoes Â¬ The Latest and Nobbiest Thing of the Season in the Way of Dress Goods the a- - fit f 4 Sfc i M Â¬ T Come in and See Them 2 They are Out of Sight AT Â¬ mJ Â¬ Â¬ BF Beard HARDINSBURG KY AT Co ANOTHER STRIKE O TTSTOasT Now is the time to get bargains We want to begin closing out our Spring Goods If you want n Bargain come now Â¬ Carpets Carpets Â¬ We will sell Carpets Mattings Mats Blinds Window Poles etc cheaper than any man Come quick before nil the Guesses arc gone See our new line of Custom for the Dresser Clock nncl Toilet Set Mndc Ladies nml Childrens Oxfords nml remember we will sell our Spring and Summer Dress Goods under regular prices We want your Chickens Eggs Butter Wool nml every thing that farmers raise We want the people to know that we want their to Date Everything Columbia Wheels We nre making some fine Tin Roofing Guttering Bucket Work etc Buckets now from the best Tin made Wc will make your ScrecnDoors and Windows and have them to order i Come nml sec us wc arc always in the fight with cheap Cheap Goods and wc can accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this we are the men and the place for Good Quality reasonable prices and prompt attention With thanks for your many favors and your much kindness wc aro yours Old Reliable Store TIN WORK GUSTON KY MANH wrfiM4MWWWLitlJukooNllillkiul iM MMsllditilliM if BuvrlnOMrUfOriii of broTriMoMkjWr r summit usIninitlirof ilSMiMSUUl nnrlsti wsMbs b wnMn Biionor BlsBisBlchlMtoiulnBitrCusa ri B bos MMki r TV win irTSB rn wm i NEKVK IMBM riT tm WUIHMffUj Ml MSOIUT LJVi VrEi9 rc Ml 10 Cluw yurt rr a muKst i kf o e maktw jb 1trKi T y p iimmn wnrnr wttlvrBffffw8TrroTr v mj mmisimimmmm w rrrr --i lrcm - t i3h Witott rTrjWMBTCgWByy jhf ym lEri1RP57S mm jw o Jl r - Wf y j v TfcP1 iliwfJl TSf jp i mmmmmssn rrrr - if j r An V ikf sp vH ft WgFs rt s Wn H 6 Highest of all n Leavening Power TMEI Latest U S Govt Rcrott BRROKRNftllDQa MElWS OLOVRRPOH TOBINSPORT RHODELIA 3Y Royl Breckehridge Jno D V Baking McDANIELS Mr C S Jar boo is quite sick Mrs Frank Ithodcs is on the sick ABSOLUTELY PURE News 1891 0 BalWge Edltori tad Proprlstn WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 list Little Yclma Metcalf was week Bick last DECORATION Continued from page 1 ber that they sacrificed nro overfilling U sacrifice that which is inont dear to all men in hehalf of tliu cause they thought was right And to day while 1 would not disparage the decorating of graves with lloers would not dis Â¬ parage I say yea I would not detract one Jot or title from the many eulogies that to day may bo offered over tho graves of dead soldiers too much cannot be said too many flowers cannot be piled on their tombs Yet the lesson I would have us learn by this occasion is that bo long as thero is a desire to pay respect to our heroes slain so long as wo drop a flower or shed a tear on the turf above them so long as we Blng praises to their names to that extent we know there etill exists in the breast and hearts of our fellow citizens a love and profound respect for true patriotism in their fellow men Tho observance of decoration day Is in keeping with the custom of nearly We find that all if not all nations among the old Grecians Trojans and Romans the dead soldiers who had died in their countrys cause were always held sacredly in memory At tho siege of ancient Troy by tho Grecians where Hector who commanded tho Trojan forces was slain the whole city mourned his death not only this they buried him with all the pomp that could be display ed Such honors Illian to her hero paid and peaceful slept the mighty Hectors shade There is a point to be learned in the treatment of the ltoinaim of their soldiery In the earlier history of Homo her soldiers were composed of Itoman citizens it was considered an honor to he a Itoman soldier Consequently tho ltoman soldiers both living and dead were revtrred by the ltoman people Hut in tho days of the hi n pi re the Itoman armies were filled up with for eigners who wero hired to light Prom that time the Itoman legions began to lose their power The lionuin ciliciiH had become weak and effeminate and rould no longer make goo I soldiers While her hired troops had no patrol t iain from this cause Home could not withstand the repeated attacks of the Germanic tribes and Huns of the north and she fell It has been tho fortune of the l S to have her troops from among the citizens of tho land this makes them more patriotic while they lived and makes them better loved while dead Â¬ Â¬ John Ilarrel burg Rev B is at home from Hardins ACundiffwos in Leltchfleld I am delighted with the Electropoise It has cured mo of rheumatism insomnia Now without a peer In the Circui World Unrivaled and unequateil In the Natloni Illitor and constipation Haye also found it ef-Â¬ in irenienuoui magnuuue coionm extent ana mainmoin prnportloni lurpaulng all rival fective In crouj and bilious colic Noth In conjunction wllh the acknowledged muterpleie of icenlo magnificence T1IK 1UAND I1IIIII0AL BPECTA0IE ing would tempt me to part with the lit- Â¬ tle instrument I sometimes call it tired Often when natures sweet restorer1 The nip of a poisonous snake Is hut a tired after some unusual oxortlon I use Solomon His Temple the Queen of slight remove from being more danger it for an hour and feel afterward as ous than the poison of Scrofula in tho though I had taken a tonic Yours truly A REVELATION TO THE WORLD blood AyerB Sareaparilla purifies tho Mrs FRANK LOOKETT fluid expels all poisonous sub Â¬ vital Henderson Ky stances and supplies the elements of Elaborately produced at an outlay of 100000 Introducing the grandest teener ooitumei and strength life health all historically correct and the Lett trained and moit beautiful eonblemi armon trapping A unlrenal preai pulpit and people have combined In extolling bullet dancen In America ST VITUS DANCE GARRETT tlili truly grand prouueuon hie uuuwNINU KVIINT OF MANS GENIUS The Electropoise makes tho patient Mr Gcno Smith ot Guston was in danco for joy that this annoying and serious disease has been cured town this week Mp little girl had an attack of St Vitus a of New Mr II Hunt of near Vino Grove was Danco last year and by careful attention in town this week and medical trcatmont was relieved still Dr W T Miles and wife weie visiting her health was not good and the attack Artlili of known ability and world wide reputations In grand and in Breckenrldge lost week Wo gave the Marveloui and amuilng returned this spring dwarfing any thing ever before attempted Daring aud lutrepld featl Miss Lou Shacklett and mother spent Electropoiso a trinl and it gave her great tnajeitle acti completely Ureateu aerial acti ever deviled Aitonlililng and itartling In every department A mnniter benefit curing her quickly and her last Monday with Mrs Wm Hllf Hippodrome Introducing the greatest stable of thoroughbred horiei ever beheld Marvelom Mrs Helen Dow ell was tho guest of health Is better than usual Uo are very Scboolef Educated Animals vast and eomprehenilve Aquarium rare and attractive Avlsry Mr A R colossal Museum of Animate Curios and vivid electrifying and amnlngly reallstlo Wld West Mrs Ijiura Shacklett ono evening this much pleased w ith its effects Jones and his wife have recched great Exposition 4 Mohitir Railkoid Tbaixs 00 pocnLtLXNOTii Etxii Oars aujcistD roa tra week benefit from tho uso of the Electropoiso TRAKaroBTATlox Over 1C00 men women and children Mr Joo Blair and family have return Yours truly 0 H MURPHY ed homo after a few days visit in Hardhi Madisopvllle Ky county SSSrSJH Messrs Patch Woolfolk and Henry lUeet of the days of Ancient Home Immense Hippodrome Track Harrington of Brandenburg wero hero A GREAT FUTURE Magnificently appoint and splsndldljr Friday CiVs llfl equipped In which are presented ount OtrilyijlJ Mr J T Jones of Ekron and agent From what I have seen of tho Electro lesi novel feats by Idh largest and bes troupe of equestrians and gymnast on the globe for the Deering Machine Co was Jn poise I think it a good thing and am town this week euro it has a great future ATnnnrrnvifl 1J The belt selected andInmost comprehensive In UU magnitude the largeit meaning J D REEVES Mr Bill Tindall spent ono night this i vologloal collection In the world and constantly recuperated from the wilds and Jungles o Owonsboro Ky guest of his week in Dig Springs the Africa Alia Europe ftorth and South America by a large corps of speelal agents Iter Mrs Anna Collins The most exhilarating and pltaiant event of a lifetime will be to wtneisourilaglfioet Mrs Lizzie Dowell and mother Mrs 4 Dtempnai cjpeciacuiar street rageanr me moil entranclug I tie mos exciting toe most de Waywiller of Ekron spent one evenin i FonrtkuUirsfldtlrS8r1 t lfaSlfut the grandest richest and most daullng free holiday dimouilrattoa evsr bheld jn this week with Mrs H Lllhod Â¬ The following committees ably assisted in making the ceremonies of the day perfect and pleasant Graveyard Inspectors Nancy Taul commander Lctitia llrickey Nolle Hen drlck and Mary Smith Mary Harris com- Â¬ Flower Gatherers mander Mattio Ilrickey Sallio Perkins Ida Tate Nancy Tate com Â¬ Table Inspector mander Melissa Perkins Mrs Nelson Jolly Margaret Uric key Mrs Martha Hendrick Mrs W C Taul Mrs Mary Patterson Ida Ilrickey Guards Jerry Perkins commander Dud Baum Win Pate El Pate James Mattingly J N Taul was officer of tho day A comtnitte was also appointed to visit tho Brickey grave yard and decorate tho grave of Geo Coinptonson of Henry Compton another soldier The Taul neighborhood is a portion of llreckenridgo county that has an inter- Â¬ esting history In 1801 when tho great rebellion was in lt infancy both 6ides were in this neighborhood recruiting troops to help fight tho battles of the cause they thought was right and many men of the neighborhood donned either tho blue or tho gray and wont to tho front In 1801 tho Hon J I Wilson was recruiting for the federal cause in this neighborhood and Miss Nannie E Taul now Mrs Win Taul was tho first person to enlist Through her enthu Â¬ siasm and influence and his efforts about thirty men wero obtained and Mr Wil- Â¬ son took them to Hartford to join tho lLth Kentucky But hero Mr Wilson was so unfortunate as to have them stolen from him and enlisted in tho Ilrd Kentucky Friday Mr Fred Fraize went to Custer lust Sunday Charlie Jarboe was in Hardinsburg Wednesday Hev H A Cuudiff is at homo from Vine Grove Chris Frank was In Hardinsburg last Wednesday Virk Robertson of Glendeane was hero last week Rev E N Metcalfe is visiting Ids father in lnducah Charlie Mook the popular salesman was here last week Miss Lizzie Qulggins whom wo report ed sick is very much worse Miss Mary Mattingly paid us a pleas ant little visit Monday afternoon Miss Jennio Cooper of Ruth is visit- Â¬ ing her brother Mr J E Cooper Mr Wash Quiggins of Fordsville was up to see his sick mother Saturday Misses Delia and Neddie Hunter visit- Â¬ ed friends in Leitchfield Decoration Day Willie and Fred Cannon Bob Chess and Joe Rhodes were in Imisville last week Mr S M Henuinger and family visit ed at Mr Horace Hunters Saturday and Sunday Mr John Compton and wife wero tho guests of their son Mr Frank Compton last Friday Miwcs Alice Dockery and Lissa Mr Daniel were in Leitchfield shopping last Wednesdiv Mr Win Dockery and wife were tho guestsof Mrs Clint Hunterat Leltchfleld lost Wednesday Mr Moran Parsons has not been able to walk a step for six weeks on account of a sprained ankle Miss Mattio Boissean of Sugar Grove Butler county is tho guest of her grand- Â¬ mother Mrs B A Cundiff Mr John Basham and family from Grayson county wero visiting Mr and Mrs Steve Critchelow last week Tom Cannon and Xerxes Messrs Hunter of Leltchfleld visited their aunt Mrs Ed Cannon at this place last Sun Â¬ day Two of Mr Josinh Parsons little daughters from Leitchfield are visiting at their grand fathers Mr Thou Par Â¬ Â¬ A nice rlso In the river Items nro scarce Mr J R Mltchur was In town on bus Crops in a good condition I neo8 Saturday Strawberries are about all gonu Mr II O Yess Is went to the Irving Ca it Ryans wife mid baby are both f sick and the child Is not expef tedollo tori inllipiJay M trees Ola Clark Agues Gordon Min Miss Julia OBrien was the guest of nie Lynch and Edna Hied who have Miss Eva Roberts Tuesday night Mrs Emma and Sarah Vtssels wero beeil visiting hero from Patesvilln re Â¬ turned home last Sunday the gin sts of Mis G G Itarr Friday Wm Artinau who murdered his wife MrVIIJ Mileiuof West Vew has and rhlld was tried Intiie CiicNiit C6urt lately located n fJiir mldU nt his A plea of insanity was Mr Sam Hubert last week I Mr mid Mrs Barr were made brought in by the defendants counsel which was denied by tho elate After the happy recipients of a bran new baby all the witnesses for the defeuco wore boy last Sunday Gid is smiling a bland heard A rtman himself was put on the biiiIo Wo sympathise with tiie boys who oclock ami staid stand on Friday till court adjourned ono hour and a ventured out in the cold rain Sunday as half later Next moiiilng ho took tho tho parlor stoves lmo all been taken stand for an hour and n half making down Tho croquet party at Mr Tom Bargers three bouts that he consumed in making Some sixty He entered Into tho Sunday proved a success his confession most n Inuto dttails of tho crime and odd attended and surely there was never made n full confession but says lie could mi evening spent more ciijoyably than not remember when the deed was done Sunday Mr Emmett Elder was seen on tho nor just how It was done Ho feems to think that tampering with spiritualism Flats Sunday inquiring for enno seed but was the cause of the murder Tho case 1 think there must be some other at- Â¬ was given to tho jury at 4 oclock Satur Â¬ day evening Ttie jury wii3 then led by traction for Emmett as lie never called the balifl to a room on tho lower Hour for the seed where tlioy remained ono hour and a Thirty two children uiude their first half and then returned with tho verdict Holy Coiiunuuion at flint Island Sunday Guilty of murder in the first degree witli imprisonment for life While the They looked very happy Tho girls jury was out the court room was crowd were dressed in snow white covered with ed with nnxloii hearts to hear the re- Â¬ long white veils and beautiful wreathes sult When the verdict was read by the on their heads clerk there could be no change Been in I was just reading Gebfge Washington the countenance of the prisoner and being asked by Judge Goff to arise he Randolphs rhymes concerning the Re got up apparently withput any excite publican county candidates and I was ment and heard the sentence pronounc Â¬ much atnusul The Nkws suggests he is Being asked by the Judge what he u good Democrat and it seems to be a ed had to say he said I will accept tho de- Â¬ pity that he Is a horso thief It is bad cision of the court I promised to and indeed that horse thlevis turn out that will way Â¬ son-iii-la- Country Merchants t WHYi7v rhe incrchanta niHs ns hecauso wn fako their trailo away the people hires us hecmiso wh kvp tlit rn moro for their money Uoen doing this for fifteen than any other house in Kentucky doing it for folka all over the country j liuidu U for veara more and more of them every day b J i 1 1 XIX f ZA rrtr T V - at40 Cuss Us Coun try Buyers All Bless US Older anything you nerd when you eaut eomo to Ixul8vlllo In CLOTHING rUllNISIUNd GOODS BIlOKS OR HATS Try us on these special things In Boys Clothing Boys Wash Pants or Thin Coals 39o oath Boys Wash Blouse Suits 74 o to 250 Boys Woolen Blouse Sailor Suits 79c to 300 Boys Scotch Mixture Double breasted Suits two pairs of Pants at 2 same In finest AINwool 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 he guided Money always refunded if goods do not provo entirely satisfactory MAL I Mi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 -- s J 12 This handsome American Lever Nickel or Illack Case Watch with Nickel or Oxydlzed chain and charm is prescnten to every purchaur nf mill tn tho ammint nf Si A 9 rr nvttr chase cards freef and If ft worth la not bought at one time every purchase will be punched on tle cards until the amount is 11 then Wnjch will lie delivered a TO CLOVERPORT WEDNESDAY Unrivaled ooivtiisra IN MAJESTIC SPLENDOR unit Without a Ieor In tit u Kenlm of Aniinnhienli HtMIER i 19 h A i s 1r le Sf tvi y JUNE 13 Ni KLEI1MHANS JlS OJ John Robinsons GREAT WORLDS EXPOSITION Mammoth SHOE AND CLOTHING CO 424 to 434 West Markot Street LOUISVILLE KY SfllYIGNSOfN SHOWS1A 10 BIG-COMBI1TBD 11 - K HILL GROVE Health is good In this community J D Shackletto called on his best girl Sunday eve Mrri It L Simpson visited Mrs Sarah B Shackletto Wednesday Uncle Grovo was woll represented at churci at this place Sunday Misses Itacliel and Willa Shacklett went to Uig Spring Tuesday Mrs1 Peyton Shumate visited Mr nnd Mrs Geo Shumato last week Mrs E Thompson visited her niece Miss Lizzie Shumato last Friday Mr lien Barnes of Kansas is visiting hid brother Win llaruqs pf this place Messrs MN Bewley and Jim Osborne of Guston attended church here Sun- Â¬ day Mr T McCans Big Spring was circu Iatlnglamong friends in this vicinity last If You Want the O I -- 4 if H i Ii i sons Gussie Hornback died lost Sunday Ho had been n patient sufferer for years May his spirit find eternal rest beyond lii i Highest Market Price j i the grave Mrs Forrest Galloway had her arm badly Injured last Friday by an unruly horse overturning tho cart in which she was driving Mr and Mrs Clint Ramsey and Mr and Mrs Robert Dunn all of Grayson county wero the guests of Mr and Mrs John Mooro Sunday For Your i Produce and want nir ii i i to biiy your j Tired Natures Sweet Restorer INSOMNIA CONSTIPATION AND vbC v tc i muL1 I i 1MK1J U Ba m JKJ itih j F HI U M KBft week Miss Itachel Shackletto made a flying if Goods at t RHEUMATISM LlMKD WITH THE -- ELECTROPOISE The Largest and Oldest Amusement Organization In Existence- - SEVENTY YEARS OP SUOOESS and Sheba Ill the Circus Department Multitude Features Royal Eoman Hippodrome SfviPflv Mnvnl LOge BSWZ trip to friends aud relatives in Ekron Saturday on A little refreshing shower camo to our aid Friday night much to tho delight of tho farmer Mrs Itachel Jordan visited Mr and GUSTbN KY Mrs J L Simpson and family Gustpn i a partiof last week Mrs Itachel Williams of Stiths Val ley woa the guest of her aunt Mrs Sarah B Shacklett Saturday Mrs T J Stlth of Stitli Valley was1 tho giest of her aunt Mrs Sarah 11 Slinokittto last Thursday Ttov1 Overstrcet pastor of tho Guston Presbyterian church visited Mr and Mrs T Shumato Sattirdayafternoon At ntuiiufaclurera raclerr Prleea Freq on board at Cluclitnall O Mrs Iloraco Shuin and Mss Snsle HARNESfe CO CINCINNATI O NATIONAL CARRIAGE Andereon ot Clinton visited their aunt J Top Buogy Mrs M L Board Saturday and Sunday at 45 00 Road Wagon Mr Warner Shacklets who has beeu 32 00 attending the A k M College at Lex Â¬ Phaeton 62 50 J ington attended services at this place i Stjrrey 76 00 jv i Saturday and Sunday Carriage 132 50 M MreSallie Kendall anddauglter Mtcs Spring Wagon 45 00 Road Cart Lou Shackletto also Micf Rena Shack II 00 Nov lotto took dinner with Mfsses Sallio and Biggy Harneii 5 25 0J No 1080 Willa Shacklett Sunday Bqroucha HarneM 10 75 No 1177 Mr P T Noell has returned Home Lloht Double Harness 15 75 v Team Harness No 1202 from Hardiusburg where ho has boon 17 00 attending the Normal preparatory to Qu Prices on other StyleH and Grades are equally low Tho work would pleuso pursing an examination HWHIIUIIi iljr IV UllUO UUUVUU Will IIUVU IIO OltlCr Itov J O Willed filled his regular apÂ¬ Oqr Vehicles Harness and Saddles Include nfu aud complete lino If you intend to purchase a Vehicle Harness or Saddle dont full to bcq or pointment at this place Saturday and Sunday with a goodly uuinber In attend- Â¬ correspond with ance to which he preached two very able sermons One vould think the trundle bed hod HARDINSBURG Who has Illustrated PeavrlptIye Cataloguo and Prico LUt of our full lino fallen down to see tile kids every morn- Â¬ He respectfully solicit your ing wending their way toward the old you may desire to make1 patronage and will cheerfully answ er any further Inquiries fields armed with bucket arid cup Just He Can save Yon Honey I Is that any Object to you to pick strawberries i niurn i i Rock Bottom Prices Call GEBRYANT BUGGIES and Durability l And othet Vehicles Harhess and Saddles Uneqnaled in Style Workmanship 1 1 Ji t T F McCLXJJRE Agent py i ii xnc DuBois fc Webb L LwtovHfc K inyag I or country V Dr PrkcU WM Cfm JN HfcfcMt Baking Pewior Award 500 Fenrtb Av Dmts Omh at I aird 7 P M PrfrmanMa an mr later Are ydu insured If not now is tl o tlmd tJ provide ypyrseRanci fiunlly with a bottle of Cbaraberlaina Colic Cholera and Dtarrhcoa Hcuiedy m an liwuranee dM Mrffspof M againtit any serious results from an at Â¬ HonparJ knnwo under Aim Uf of Heron VtT it Co tha stjU qfisg the tack of bowel complain iawpij its itaifuW suHimr months It is almost certain to kUr MrtiwjtAfex Hare wVaatw faattb bn6ded and sholu jQ procured at MU rllt of U4ltar tliti lUbMi itoy 4fl tht rAUXllHlMlX once iNo oilier retnwly can Uke iii Hid urn P oy place or do IU work afi anil 6 cent Mmim wHlrtlllfWHtaM HjW Wsji boUleifor sale by fi K Flher lovr Mwulor fi Cq port Ky aaej Hardinsburg Kyi FAT PEOPLE PAjt bra4MnK Wroty after vtars dttwt frMH M lLAji iuoi mMi tow DuaaiTVPlLLi will rr Juceyoar wolir ht Sf oiir ABuoviwii AiH beautli ffQ rIUd 1 SSim HXlKKUlUrT Xtk ir Hrri cLrayVjiujr nniaii TitOBlaTf aui AM CoVr r AtonEP Mi a3fist